Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: March 16, 1900
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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notis - ADA7397
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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; VOL. XXI. STARKE, FLORIDA, MARCH 16, 1 Igoo. NO. 39. :
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Ben Kelley Accused of Burning res o : ,
I Underhill's Barn II i I.n C

FOR. G. B. Kelley, who seems to be : [
unfortunate in the mat-
peculiarly .
: ter of getting into the clutches of Wholesome :

the law, is once more under arrest. .
; Drugs and This time he is charged with J,. '

f' m rompt attention arson.GRAPH It will of be last recalled week! that contained the TELE-an Groceries { r r' j

i account of the burning of J. IV.
come to us. m UnderhiU's barn, near New River ----- .

station, on the night of March 3d. : j

Suspician pointed to Kelley as the Are satisfying and nourishing 1\\ J.
ii' incendiary and Air Underhill at

once swore out a warrant for .his : and make life worth living. ; ,'r' !

: arrest. The warrant was placedin t .
Especial care and prompt attention the hands of Deputy Sheriff ;

John R. Thomas, of New River, '
given to the filling of WHEN YOU ) : .
but when he looked for Kelley to

Prescriptions. serve the paper on him he was not -"*
to be found in the New River WANT SOMETHING COME TO THIS STORE .ii i.; : .

section. Kelley, it seems, was in GOOD 4!
Palatka when the deputy sheriffwas .

ii' looking for him. Monday TO EAT M:
night he came to Starke and Tues- 1, J.
day morning Deputy Sheriff Wm. i
A I FULL LINE OF FINE TOILET Tison took him into custody.The G. C. / 1 {! : .1

AR71CLESALWAYS hearing of the charge againsthim LIYINGSTON.u. ; i ,

; has been set for Wednesday, .

ON HAND.. March 21st, before Justice Mitcham LAKE BUTLER. Hampton Notes. ,.... ,'r r ;
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at Hampton. In the mean-
At the Christian It:
church, Sun ; :
time he is in the county jail in default Newsy Gossip From that Thriving
day, Eld. W. E Dai'gherty preached \V
of bond.
STARKE DRUG CO. two excellent sermons. Subject ""-i ..
m .mtttttttttttttttttttttttttt Deputy Sheriff Wm. Tison wentto Bj Our Regular Correspondent. r.,
of the morning service was "For ; ..
New River Tuesday afternoon the \ ::" '
Rev. Collier preached at .' '
Missions and the 1
eign ,
to summon the witnesses for the evening t
Methodist church morningand
Sunday -*
"Living Epistles.
prosecution ot the case. He says he *>
night. In the afternoon '
Misses Mary Hall and Emma )
there is a general belief there th stKe'iey r
services school
held at .
Liberty Futch .
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spent sunday at their home. :
,- is guilty, but that he did
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-- town. '
-- near F
here. Both the $
are taking teac e> 1-
learn of the characterof
not anything Col and Mrs. Hackett \
the testimony that will be from btarke to Saturday came and up course at the High :: .hool .. ,."r1. ,rr.
spend .
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tar e. J. j jL
INSUR.ANCE. offered him. Six witnesseswere ;
with friends here. .
4j Sunday Mrs. F. A. Scott vUiteH : \ -II ./ .,I
for the
summonsed prosecu Mrs Dr. Newsom and daughter, parents, Mr. and Mrs. R.-K.. 1tilast .. "l... L"!.
tion.On Miss Hermie of Providence, visit- week. ...h.
:-t, the other hand Kelley claims ed Mrs. Rhodes, the former's _' J',.t<
/ Mrs. D. R. S. !',, of Mac, (. "
o<:: J. R. DAVIS & 00 his .1 in. )
he establish innocence
.t. ,.;.c.?.:., can who by sister, tor a few days last week. is visiting her son, i1r.V.. *>' ftlr .
It '{ dozen or more witnesses, Miss Lola Townsend, an accomplished Seals 1 .
will that he in Palatkaon "J ::
testify was
STARKE = FLA. young lady of this p'ace, La is 1ie-e '
z: grippe prevai'ing .t
the night of the fire.
i left Mi enter the Stetson
ndayto .
all who'have it arc improvii :roO'John
---- -::::-_- -- ----- -------- University.Rev. Croft of Lake I' '
Douglass & Alderman Sell Out. i; :
R. F. Rogers will hold ser-' .. .ier:1':
The firm of Douglass & Alder- passed through HamptonSaturday
vices at the Baptist church Saturday -
en route toW Key"evt. ,
man is no Icnger numbered amongStarke's and Sunday next, at which time :.
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mercantile institutions Jones Hampton'1Knk JfpuaB,::!
@ @ i i here will perhaps be a change -} : or the Gri 'is)in .
has the
J.V. Hodges bought I made in the time of "-
meeting \\\ }\ Alexan .t fiorie.forr'
@ and will of the
@ tock good firm amwill Croft Lake Butler's
John was '
few weeks for a
a beforevir.a: ,
continue the business. representative at the meeting of business trip to Bal!# ,; ore.W. 'll .
i Messrs. Doug ass and Aldermanhad i )
, the Grand of of I
STOVES Lodge Knights
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I conducted the business on a HVright, }$r locking :
in West the inst.
Pythias Key ter his 'wholesale .!i'tf : .Palati y:
and have
high plane, they man Our town hasless sickne-s than .
@ friends and customers who -vsgrei for months All the ka TuesdaVt 1i j."Wf t i: r! :.
@ some past. Police <> '' -
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that they found it to their best interests -
CARLOAD JUST RECEIVED. ia grippe sufferers are out again days witfe-hiswv/rtjr! : .t
to retire from the ? ;
mercantile r
The A. Co -- "
@ Drurt r.tjSSffiifJ
John King' ; -
business at this It is
j In this I enabled now have in their store.a fine oia -'
buying way am to S1 a:> Jo4tVy
@ however know that i
@ gratifying, to fountain, from which all kinds of!
_ @ still sell at the old prices in spite of both of them will continue their cool drinks will be dii':ned: during -I \ rn. W t' ,.v .L.

the heavy advance. @ citizenship in Bradford county, the warm season. Sunday..,.a/.r j 2c"- .

@ After the firm's affairs are fully adjusted The J. & S. W. pay train arrivedin -c
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Mr. Douglass will probably town Monday nigh: and made ... c'f
@ Price mine if you need a Stove. @ go to Hagen, which town is so near many hearts glad I R y'o!\.\ 1
to the Bradford and Columbia lineas G F. Ellis discontinued his engagement in the I i a:tt_

@ @ to be practically claimed by .I as principal of the private -: that t {.
rP.) Bradford, to embark in business. school and left to take .?l lganiz.-, ,

@ @ Mr. 'Alderman will remain in special course elsewhere. ia! 'd__

THE 'Starke indefinitely.The Miss Jessie O'Quinn was i in: tit: ... .. ,-)..:
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, @ new proprietor of the busi- Friday evening.WV" -

ness, Mr J. W. Hodges, is so well Mangum spent Sunc t,' 1 Il rinds
@ TEMPTINGPRICES @ known to the trade of Starke and with his wife here. Ith e Inta 0 on rot y. t
Bradford that he needs no gene s.i ';'
@ @ county The Telcphonpeople 1 ai&! : fer I-
introduction at the hands of the .
camping on Bun.eU's lake V:) tutj'i:-;.$? -
TELEGRAPH he will increase the { .
work vieto Gail'e\'il
@ @ or. a ,
. present stock and keep the store Mrs li. L 3, .rkniun w < -.H ,,
to the high standard establishedby .
up Starke Monday norrangc c;\ t
j Started t\vc: weeks ago are still in vogue in every Messrs. Douglass & Alderman. :Mr Sparkman's sick nv""" z .,, !
department.Goods must move to make room for Time Extended. Misses: Lillian' and R' :

are both teaching suc \ ... ... .'
stoCk. @ .... ..:
@ spring oversight mention of the< '. .,.
By an of School in Middle G .-I" ..,. .. .
@ extension of the time tor the coun- L. G. Stnngfellou I ;; p -''. ... .'\.}..0'"'.'''"" '''.-,-'... <
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ty tax books to close was omitted Tuesday on business?"' ..., ... ... :
If you are cleaning house @ from the minutes of the board of '.
@ county commissioners published in No Need fU I.A 1 i
and need ne\q Matting, call and see our @ the IELKC.KAPH last week. i' i": .'--- r'
c@ There is no occasln*; A
line of and the Collector Alderman appe3.redbefore 10 r s r" '
pretty patterns compare for Bradford county to '
@ the board a.id asked for an HdnCiXestablished :

and quality with other offerings. rule of havin st;
price extension of 30 days, which was : fiL
III for the cour.Lou tIt
@ j granted: This places the time for :;campaign
1 than

@ Our> Garden Seed @ |!i closing April.. the It is books intended to to the close last the of i ii i[ ,isjmore i the election seven, ano to nfri r i'un Izl;-"e
under three
books at that time, as the law allows ]' campaign 0 ? :.:
@ will give good results.Ve don't handle @ :1 an extension of only 30 days, : months yet would be a..b -. ._
the candidates and some. ,
j the "won't come up" kind. @ 'and all persons should pay up as :; of to the ,
@ possible. I an annoyance y 'i
} The people of the_._count'nearly .

@ @j! Miss Ella Woolford, milliner all fpa'gn yo "I:' g... J.1.0Ho 11

J.G3ALVAREZ. for the W. B Haynes Company, and 1 ,0._-___ _. "
@ spent the day Wednesday in Jacksonville down that th'2' B/-o/ howl 181al

i attending the spring mil- an early opening of the conte ', T' -

linery openings at the large storesin after a "long pull"at the caja:; ..

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I : BRADFORD COUNT TELEGRAPH. !i friends of the different aspirants A Thousand Tongues.Could I j PROFESSIONAL:: CARDS. !

I. / do not make the mistake of directing iT 1' -
/ not express the rapture ; i:. F'1: I'C11 ; f'A'I"rUI.r.T.I.l.
. : / Published Every Friday at abuse at those in opposition.' THESE of Annie K Springer, of 1125 .

I TARKE ,3RADFORD COUNTY.FLA 'Howard st., Philadelphia, f Pa., i
j jfi. Of the records
. __, ._ ___ 'H._. __ .___" course public 'when she found that Dr. Kings I II : J
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I I and the qualifications of the can LADIES for consumption Ottic ill B"'lk Buil..III. SI>t.tk..to'li. '
: 1 S. WVTTHEVVS, Publisher and Prop r. i New Discovery I 1
. ;'f didates are legitimate subjects for had comp'etely cured her of a

, I !! discussion and I Ii C. WILLS. 31. ft
I a free frank and hacking cough that for many years JOHN ,

. I. SUBSCRIPTION I( dispassionate discussion of themcall had made life a burden. All) other 1"r

j f On*Year............. ....................... .$100 I' could } PHYSICIAN AM :M'ltUKONSKS ( :
,h' BIX Months. ........ ....... ................ .30 !J do no harm, but let us not forget i I remedies and doctors give i 1 '

'''Wj;.:.. ThrefMoiuns..... .................. ........ .25 I : that we are all of the same 'II her no help, but she says of this !r l'IE: OF WOMtX AM oBVlLTRll fc. A "f.t
'"'I",:,N.: .... I ft\ '1: royal cure"it soon removed the bPk.ClAI.TY ::JOftict ?
'\' '.' ( political family and that family : HAVE NEVER j pain in chest and I now can .1
Entered i in thePos.tofflceatStarke.Fla ,as Sec I my with the Starke Drutc t'o.STAICKE. .
nit-cla". Matter.Starke jars cannot fail to deal a heavy Tried the rest Ii s'eep' soundly, something I can t } -
I blow to the harmonious state in''iI scarcely remember doing before. 1"1.:1 :.,

-- -- -- i system regulator !II feel like its praises 1-
which we at find ourselves
1 PlaM Mi-li. W. 1OOO. I present* i iI I PRICKLY ASHBITTERS \ throughout the universe." So THUS. I';. 15Ui(;, t

With of i j wi.l 1 everyone who tries Dr. King'sNew
some our contemporaries -!
/1 trouble of ..\T'l'UHT.I: .\ W.
.., Hon. W. B. Lamar is a candi- I the gubernatorial succession I I' Discovery for any ;;t
PriceSQC. .
,",I the throat, chest or ami -"' J :-
upon a II ; and Si.oo Trial bottles

Attorney-General and Hon. J. T. the probability ot a dark horse I Gaskins' store every J
I eat J. drug ;
I nasty and bitter disagreeable i iI I J T. WILL'S A. V. LOXO.
o Wills, of Starke, has entered the bearing off the nomination. In bottle guaranteed. ;
I ll'ILhN .V LON(;, ,
I /i lists against him. Wills\ is a brit the memorable Call-Chipley senatorial to the stomach and violerfTin '- 1 I

G liant fellow, is a hustler, has campaign, with its probabilities action. Clerk's Report. ATTOKNKYSATLAW.Other .
lie ASK THESE REPORT of the Clerk of the Circuit Court in and
strong backing for the place and of a dark horse, the TELEGRAPH for Bradfonl 'UUlltflurJ a. on account offaxes in .1'iekV Builtlinir. :Sl.ttkr.FI
' I assessed for the>f ir 1"!JI. F
Cb his friends are making capital outof contended that either one O. W. ALOEBXAN. Tax Collector.I'.Kni. -- ---

the fact that Mr. Lamar offersthe or the other of the gentlemen who I COUNT PKOI'KK. II. t'ULSON, M.1).,
Feb. 6. Ti) Ual. due............. $"Z!! 3SB T .
) same reasons for reelectionthat had made the fight before the w \' and cnllec-ted. ,...... ........?11T9 77 t -
peo- Mch. r. To bar line...... .... .... fik4: ; Mcoux
till he did when he was a candi ple should be elected, and, whilewe rv SCHOOL. i'HYSIUAN: \l) M'HGTON: ,

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date before.-Lake City Index. have Ft'h.6. To bal. due $;O4> .
not word of criticism
a to They will tell ills anit. collected ...... ..........$Wf li 2HMch
( offer against the gentleman who i you ti. Ti bal. due .. .... $.",o;U 73: Office in Ga-kiuy Diuu Store.I .
John G. Collins has sold the rnotatall disagreeable. COUNTY: POLLS.Feb. .
''D was ultimately brought into the B. To ha!. due ......... .. $1148 00
Tailahasseean to J. C. Trice, who lAndasacureforlndijeslion By ami. collected/ .. .. .. ..... ...4171Mch. 1->
contest and elected, we still : (;. To hal due.. ...... .... 5 V.i (0tJJUXTY : ) .
i J has been connected with the paper adhere to the contention that the Constipation BH1lJjI'.h. :. .

v Kidney (-'.. fi To bal due ..... .... :SM'W' ii
almost since its establish .
> A c ever offices should be filled with men Bunit. collected ...... ....... $3:1:1: 'JriMch
ment. Mr. Collins had made the .Disorders Iris unexcelled >>. To bal. due.... .. ...... $1015 J3
W whose merits have been made COUNTY: BONY) COMMERCIAL rBACTICK A W'ECI.tI.TY.il.tRKE .

, ), Taliahasseean one of th? best and famifiar to the public through the Ffb tiTrtlml. due......... ... .... $ilo'i 21Itriiinr FLA.
1::: 1..II..t..1 .... ..... .. S SOX 2KMch
"... ( most influential weekly papers in medium of an open campaign. SB b. To bal. due--..... .. .... S1015 9.. '
the state. In this work he had The of Florida do not COUNTY FINK AND FORFEITURE. ._ ., NOTICES..._..,... _.... ...
peop e wantan Sold by Starke Drug Co. Ft-h rt. To bal due........... .... J1400{ ilBy u "'
been ably assisted by Mr. Trice, -- --- -- .nut. collected-d.... ........ &W3 2SMch. Z
-"II' "accidental"governor.. The Ii. Tc. bal due .... .. SlOtt 9) Kxrr: tor's Notice.N'OTIOE .
\i who now succeeds to the contro selection should be made from The Ocala Banner says that the ':. T. WEKKS. Clerk.: 't
By W. E. \VAI.NRIGHT. D. C. is i hereby aiven that all iiersont in- :
E' of the paper, and who will doubt among the five excellent democrats Tallahassee correspondent who :>l l<. tl:.. estate of S. P Crewdeceas I i .
-- -- ed late of Bradford count} will IaIht" Maine '
less keep it up to its present high who have: come out and i placed Marion county in the Jennings Editor's Awful Plight.F. 10 the miderwtfiieil vuthniir delay: f>nd all p>-rM 1-
>HX having cl.iinis against said I rstat.innsr {
standard. given the public the opportunity I co'umn was reckoning with. ".rc..nt them duly. authenticated within twoyenr i.l.. .
M. editor Seneca '
I Higgins, '.or this iii Ice will b? plead in har..flhdr
M out his host The banner is t
to consider their merits. very Ills News afflicted for recovery S.1.. CRL\VS.i
( was j '
years Match .
Nothing that in Florida } 16. IW Administrator. ,
appears emphatic in its declaration that with ,
that doctor
piles no or remedy i
';. newspapers falls on more unresponsive Marion will not cast her for J
THE "ROTATION"; THEORY. vote I helped until he tried Buck- Notice.N'OFICK : !

... minds and hearts than the From the IVnsacola Press-: Judge Jennings. The matter f now !len's Arnica Salve. He writes

r-buse and inuendo that notorietyseeking One of "rotation in office'' rhat two boxes wholly cured him / i..h..r..hv given: that on the 27th dar .c \
our resolves itself into a question as to .\. l>. I'.MH) in tl-e t.wn Starkc.
correspondents occasion contemporaries plaintively observes It's the surest pile cure on earth Florida ap|>ln:>tin will be made to the Holt .
the reliability of the Manner as apolitical Khv ally direct at Governor Kloxham. that "no one has yet beet and the best salve in the world. the Fourth Judicial C'lrClJit..f Florida, tor .
F. prophet. The Ban Cure ipproval of a proposed Charter incorporatingH
suggested to succeed either the : Only 25 cents.
ht'lIeol..nt.' he known
\ Governor Bloxham in tht i'ietv to n' Thu Aid and
occupies ner has lately placed Marion ill Sold 1... Gaskuis with
present state comptroller or trewsurer" by J druggist.We Biiiial Sf Girls. main pl.Her.f bulin-s" In
hearts of Floridians i'rke. Bra. flail County. Morida. the a place peculiarly .
:t & And why should anyone the attitude of opposition to certain which !shnll hr '" l 'tter |iro iilu fur the funeral

J a his own, and it is a warm place, he suggested? Are the present other aspirants tor state offi have saved many doctor bilK [andinitrhirhtofile>r "iis within ihe lioiind indigent of theorwrating dereH.loieilH limit .

.:. too. Those who desire to gain incumbents not giving the publicas :es. without apparent grounds for since we began using Chamberlain's .hrl.aw9of.of wild iMK-n-ly.1.I.fi.J.L us pn tided bj chapter 4.HI, .>f

,'' notoriety by jumping on somebody good service as lies within the '(ugh Remedy in our home. We K. J. JOHNSON':
'kt/ its predication, and when other
of human effort?
There i i- bottle
scope c cp a o en the time and .
Y' had as well let the governor alone, ood of the situation C. McFt$1fION..lO1
judges t ith
such a thing we think, as carryingthe ;' i ( WALLVCK.
ti t'for efforts along that line are rot ttion to. far rward it. It nori>orators.
?y theory art were "agin" might This F4-bru.iry ,*..'. A I).
\T doomed to fall as flat as the hose who are the ----- _._ 1TN----
pro- persons I testing be just as well for the gentleme' 0 use Cough Remedy, and as.I -

jveihl: pancake.' their contention for a change instate who are in the ring with Judg result we never ha'eto send Notice for (>>11 hi ('ation.

officials sole') on this theon i way for a doctor and incur large .
\ .4 1'f --- will fild later that the (fennincs to keep an eve 01VTarion LAM OFFICE AT (;.US v 4\"II.J.V. FLA., 7
on bill for
Now it hr. peoplido odor Chamberla'nVough ;March 1.I/o"! >
( who i--! dong ',
yers not always care to turn d wi despite the Banner's dec. Remedy never fails to cure ""\'ONCE in hereby given that tin- followingnametl \
) the I him1 naking act about the settler has filed notice of hid mien'ion T
\ a capable and efficient official simp larations. It is certainly a medicine of great to iniike final I.r..r in mii>(H>rt.>f bisclttnn, g
k" state. Lf distinguished Sol V that the office may rotate.- merit and worth -D S MEAKKLK, ind that Receiver said f.nx.f lIt (Jiil'-esville will Iw- mole, Fluri'la.on l>efi>re Kt-Kri't rind :,

bas later "3 number of tin BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH Seeds. eneral merchant and farmer, AI'I
14'.l 'n counties. A. The TELEUKAPH is eminently Biliousness and constipation art attic, Bedford county, Pa. For viz: Daniel R. K|> -ard-.J Lawrc Florida. Hd.
I correct. The idea ot turning out seeds out o' which spring many <-t ale by J. L. Gaskins. Fast.!M.'i.'i. for [tit'.1 of Sec 'L.'fp. 8 S. Kange

!tests flat if ho |Iof office hones', capable officials at the serious diseases that afflict tht He names the following! n witnesse-: prove bra:
--- -- voniinuoiiH residnicv upon and cultivation fHH
the Bloxhan. [ the* s't:;-gesti'-n of some professional human body. Sound judgmen' ill Join!I. v'z. >

| in tin giih po\\! cian, tin<: is himself after ,vould demand the immediate re sr.A., and A. Win l-TinacM.: U imvks(hnq., all S.of Hdl.Ijiwtev.Wm.Florida Conwa.

A\scur 'd. Itendowed the job, wi 1 Inol meet the approval rnoval! of this condition before it 16 a w. I;. KOKINSDX.Notice. .

\ 1 'If the masses of the people. I he develops something more troub e R+ j.ter.

-i-. po iticlan is usually atter "publicpap some and difficult to cure. Pr ck'\' Jetty & .

personrs ," while the people want an Ash Bitters is a reliable cure fo'r
coup'ante and disorders of "PHE uniterMgnr. 88..illn..pIf J. F. I' Mr1 -
onstipation simi
honest economical administrationof SEEDS 3Iurr). f..r .n.-flr of creditors. hrreny vivr5notice
affairs ot government, and they lar character It not only thorough. matters that rwrtan11 having, made to n-h final stntement of ail
< jMiin.n. willafirr
\hang will be slow to make changes y empties and purifies the bowels! a grow paying crops because they're C'OCNTV Thirty days iihlu-aiou hereof in the BnjDroi
when strengthens the bowel chan- fresh and Tki.voHAi'H. a newspaper pnlilisheil in
'Inc oj men in office possess thes lwaj- the best. For > a ke. BralfOl'lt'uunhFlorida., apply t-> the
Requisites els and regulates the liver and Hale everywhere. Reuse substitutes. JuilBeof the4th j'ul j'il\l circuit of Hori.la 1 s.r

r1o'l/ stomach, hence it performs a radical Stick to Ferry'. S e
ire Eminent Kidney cure. Sold by Starke Drug 1900 Heed Annual free Write, 'n for n.D. It.. :i-lfiJOd Aaaiirn. **, etc

J Company. M. FERRY 8 CO.. Detroit. Mich. .
and Bladder Specialist. --- i Notice for Publication.Lxi. .

... ,9 It is very hard to stand idly by ('n'r":;;AT (}.oSEIiVIJ.L-:. FLA.
and dear :March l! I till.
see our ones suffer while VOTICE is ; *
linvl.y tbT
awft\f 1,1.., 4- awaiting the arrival of the doctor. p q ?F i1' t'anieo8ettlerh.iH filed notice nf hiinie h.Ilowing-.
E x 'run to
d ) An Alhany (N. Y ) dairyman called' .Q and that make Said fthull'rOo.pm"f will|(ie in malfr,l>ef"<.re f his Kejci.ster clam .

at a drug store there for a doctorto g 1ti and Receiver al (;aines\ille. Hori.Ia.ou
APRIL :lIST 1110.).
come and see his child then Q *
1)o sick with Not finding ,., !i5iAIIVdA"i'. for the cU.of Lawfej. Florida. lids
j very croup. l :. r. SH 1 /'fSt-c. 2. Tp. 6 S.. Ran eHe
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/ /, -y I the doctor in, he left word for % mM x names the tallowing "C\.ftnl''s' es to prove hiv
111, him to come at once on his return i y RAN continuous r"'hlt'HC''ul'.n anal| cultivation ofaid
7i q d )q lan.l. viz: I), R ftiward! '
He also bought a bottle of Cham I i iI >;; j ; ; rn t'onway.Sr.andWm.I.einacksal:* Chas. S.) of Hill.I.awtej.t' III.

i be lain's which he I Ii Florida W. O. ROBINSON.
I ; Cough Remedy, } at>., O 16 a.llt ,
.. RepsterII.K
hoped would give relief
i some un- -
til the doctor should arrive. In a ,, wg iH :;0 V L.\a nHtEX,

-;. i few hours: he returned, saying the > ._

.*--<&< Swamp-Root tAt Work In doctor need not come, as the child > i ; > I Land and Engineering Surveying.

His Laboratory. was much better. 1 he druggist, L.J :'1>, TELEORVPil-
a disease prevailing in this .Mr. Otto Srholz. says the family: 2 : u M>

ist dangerous because so d ccp- has since recommended Chamberiam II' :

,.,cease" sudden pneumonia deaths:. are heart caused failure by 's Cough Remedy to their'neighbors & .:. N i Skin Diseases. r

.J.y are often the result! of kidney and friends until he has I CD :::-- -Z tI;: :

r: kidney ti ouble u allowed to ad- a constant demand tor it from C3 : ; tt For the
the kidney-poisoned blood will attack that of the For sale o 4n A7M- I tetter salt speedyami:: permanent cnre of r
part rheum
ii country. and
h.. Cham-
organs or the kidneys themselves ..... berlain's eczema.
4 down and waste away cell by cell by J. L. Gaskins. 0 _:;) ....... without' Eye and Skin Ointment is
.. M
i an efinal..
f the richness of the blood-the albumens -- : ['zt* and It relieves the itching -

\ out and the sufferer has Bright'ese You assume no risk when you Q !> ffiH tI its continned1ne smartin* almost instantly and
the worst form of kidney trouble. buy Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera !+ :. 't cure. It also effects a permanent
ilmer's Swamp-Root the new dist4 P H ; I scald cures itch, barber's itch
and Diarrhoea Rem cd\'. J. L I head,
is the true for CQ nipples, itching piles
specific kidney, brad ier '
9" I chapped hand
Gaskins will) refund if T Pf chronic
troubles. It has cured thousands your money P' granulated sore eyes and
,!parently hopeless cases, after ail other you are not satisfied after using it. ; E I lids,
irts have failed. At druggists in fifty-cent It is everywhere admitted to be 1 [i Dr. fad's -
J dollar sizes. A sample bottle! sent free 4 O i horses rondltlon Powders for
the successful in
most are the
remedy use bed
mail. also 8
a book telling about tonic blood purifier
,t and its wonderful cures. Swanp-Address for bowel complaints and the anyone M Ej m O and vermifnge.' Price 25 cental Sold by

Kilmer & Co.. Binghamton U. Y. and that never fails. It is pleas :' I --
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4. THE SITUATION 1vSLvS1'v'e s o g H a e e e o e H.we a e o e ee trees; there are nutmeg-trees ,in the'. ,z ; ;: '. ;!

DESPERATE forest that clothes the slopes;and ar =+l' Y ..

rowroot ginger and pineapples abound "" '''_ .

| THE ISLAND OF everywhere. All these things go t. ;t

TUTUILA.m make America's South Sea island ..71.;' .'_. ..) :!:.

Both delightful fairy spot,but they are, and, ; f ;: :
Taylor and Beckham Have Armed Forces OUR SHARE OF THE GROUP. must always be, on too minute a scale to '; ..; ',.._ '. :

-, hold out any temptation the planter .: .,:. 'r'i ?! .
it and Complications Reach Critical and the trader. Perhaps for the sake .
Stage. BY HUGH H. LUSKUnder :, i. ::
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p m mm n __ __ _mmlli_ H .. ... ____.l_ m. .. The Navy Department has decided ;k s i!
POWERS AND DAVIS ESCAPE BOTH SIDES ARE FIRM. the Samoan to assign Commander B. F. Tilley, of -0-1 :: 1- ;
t new treaty tha within a hundred yards of the village, the collier Abarenda, as the oommand:1:

United Slates becomes the possessorof which now showed among the treed ant of the Pago-Pago coaling station, w'',<;: !
a small island in the South Pacific like a group of overgrown beehives of which will place him in charge of the :: :.- "
They Are Intercepted, However, At Report Is Given Out That Taylor Ocean, situated about 930 miles south the old straw material and conical administrative affairs of the, Samoan :j_ .f!:; -s. I

L Lexington By Sheriff and Would Attempt to Arrest of the equator. For some fifteen shape. The natives were most friendly. territory of the United States. Commander : ;: ;,'
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Police and Jailed. ;years past we hare had a more or less They invited us into the largest hut, Tilley is now 'at Pago-Pago. r.' : .- '
z Beckham. sentimental regard for this island, because on the floor of which we were accom- The naval officers who hare been on ':.. \ .,a

it was here that our Govern modated with mats of woven grass, the Island of Tutuila recently in con- ,.> ; : -Ij f
ment had acquired from a native chief while two girls prepared a bowl of I
Almost without nection with the work of building the
warning the :. ; 1
storm Sunday morning the Democrats and a lease of part of the shore of a harboron kara juice for our special entertain- wharf and establishing .
coaling sta f
center of excitement in the Kentucky the Republicans in Kentucky were for which to establish a coaling station. ment. Personally, I had heard enough tion in the harbor of Pago-Pago state .;l i

gubernatorial struggle shifted to Lexington the first time since the present political Tho harbor was the only one in the about this famous liquor of the islandsto that there are at present about 1500 ,

t Saturday night. complications assumed acute form, Samoan group in which vessels could decline it, and though my com- people on the Island of Tutuila, ow- J

Secretary of State Caleb Powers lie safely during a hurricane, such as panions tasted it, they were wise ing allegiance to about three chiefs. ','
and divided into two armed and
Captain Davis, for whom warrants organized occasionally visits the group, and its enough to leave it to our hosts to The principal chief is named Man- .
factions. only drawback was that it was almost .
were issued charging complicity in the '. "
Surrounding the capitol and the wholly inaccessible on the landward \ i
murder of .
Governor It. '
: ij: Goebel, after tide. Now and then, but at long '.
,r$ spending the day in the statehouse at state executive building and campedin intervals, an American man-of-war a' ti'; I :.,

,., Frankfort, to which the civil officers the grounds around Governor Tay- has called at this harbor, but it may ,.o. __. ..

: bearing the warrants were refused admittance lor's home were nearly 200 state militia be doubted whether any of the crews tL# .1, .'i'
;Jc by the soldiers on duty, left ever attempted to climb the almost :
with ammunition
....;f;. town in disguise. Powers and Davis provided precipitous hills that wall 'in the .,.. '
4s .' were slipped aboard while in the corridors of the hotel in ;' .
r a Chesapeak and placid sheet of landlocked water which "- ,
:/'- ., Ohio train at 8 o'clock Saturday night which th e Democratic state executive the natives call Pago-Pago. The isl- -" ."'.. itC' ,

".':/J..' and speeded toward Lexington. A officers are located, and in the streets and of Tutuila is by far the least known ....' '. ..
:: squad tof soldiers, coming from the adjacent to that quilding were sixty of the three main islands that form '''\ t 4

.' w.z governor's mansion at double quick, special officers and the men and boysof the group of Samoa. It lies about .' .-- 'UV

,.A,: caught the train just before pulledout. a militia company that was organ- thirty miles south of the other two, on 5 A V All UPO'LU '... "..,
which alone Europeans Americans 'OF000 ....,.

,,:.;L' :The phd of escape was to neatly the nucleus of Governor Beckham'sstate have settled, either as planters or 4. % I ,,. .....
laid and executed that it took the guard, besides scores or more of traders, and excepting the harbor of .'0'r"4. TAU tHANUA '!
. and force of Pago-Pago on the southeast and ,Ii J i '
police big
:' deputy sheriffs heavily armed citizens, partisans of a '. r
.:' '. appointed to guard the entrance to the Democratic element. small bay known as Leone, near the TUTUILA ,
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'.- :_4 the capitol grounds and prevent their Within an hour after the democratio northwest corner, it possesses no placeof ,. ,

::.4 escape, off their feet when they realized leaders heard a rumor that an attemptwas anchorage or shelter even for the t<
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',::1: eral minutes before the truth of the take Gov. Beckam into custody a pe- The general appearance of Tntuila, I J .' ;
of the like that of all the volcanio islands of THE SAMOAN ISLANDS. .1
: escape men was definitely tition had been circulated and signed } ;j
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. ..f.: Chief of Police Williams immediately sary to form a militia company. As we entered the passsage, from paralyze themseves with the strange gum. The people are different from'f\' 3

\ sent telegrams 'to Lexington, The men guarded the Capitol hotel twenty to thirty-five miles broad, be- narcotic. In the meantime we had the inhabitants of the other Samoan '

w'.t Midway !and all stations along the all night against any possible attemptto tween the islands, every eye scanned contrived to make it understood that Islands, being particularly peaceful in ",:;:t
road, notifying officers of \he escape arrest Governor Beckham. the shores, under the impression that we wanted a guide to show ts the disposition.The ::;:

and ordering them to be on the look The Democratio partisans say that the schooner would be found lying at native path over the hills to Leone population is unique in the fact ,/

out. should the militia attempt to interfere some point under the lee of the land. Bay, where the missionary lived, and that every soul is reputed to be a Jv2 '',

4 On the arrival of the train in Lex- with the session of the legislature, per- There was, however, no sign of a sail. the offer of a dollar readily secured a vout Christian. They are so orthc-Tov 'i

idgton at 8:40 Secretary of State Pow- sistent rumors of which had been in On either sido the land rose high and guide, in the person of a young man that not one person could be iu.I.:.....:ito ., "

,;t: ers and Capitol Policeman Davis and circulation all day, it would be next to of magnificent build and appearance. come aboard one of the American "

:,5: Lieutenant Peak were arrested by the impossible to avert bloodshed.The The bargain once made, we lost no ships on Sunday, while all of them go e ; .1
Lexington police and the sheriff and republican officials however, 1 ii$ time in starting. Our guide, who was to church. This condition is ascrih- 'il

deputies. There was a large force of deny that such action has been ever : dressed, in full native costume, which able largely the influence of Trench W _

officers awaiting thefugitives. Powers contemplated, and that the legislature] 1 consisted of a very large and finely missionaries., '. ;,
' ,a' and Davis still wore the uniforms of would not be molested in any way. I powdered head of hair, and a very Nothing has been positively. "'ettlii '" '1

soldiers and Davis had on false whiskers. The formation of the state guard in i it JI small cincture of some kind of native --" "' ........t' '
cloth round his loins led the / /: "
< us along .. "
Frankfort to support Governor Beck. ..
", beach for short distance and then ;
There was a wild scene when the ham was undertaken by City Clerk ''i-io.

': officers broke into the car and revolvers Ben Marshall, who circulated a paper 1, ,I lyl P y i lei faced the hill which rose abrupt and C t .-..}.-. -":...;' ,
behind the little
steep village. '"
were drawn by all, but the small and enlisted the requisite number of very .. "' .it.,",1'-;:)' '
The climb was so steep that but for ..
squad of soldiers were greatly out men who are to compose the new com- .
the profusion of shrubs and -
saplings, ,.
I" numbered the force of Lexington The for this :
by police pany. guns company ,
1II climbing plants] that hedged in the ,
and the large force of deputies have been provided by citizens, mostof .t[/I AL ,tll LY ti 1 narrow path we should hardly] have .

;, with the sheriff, and the arrest was effected them being either needle guns or a. y ? managed it. When at last we reachedthe I "i'>';'

without difficulty. Winchesters. top we found ourselves at a heightof .. : ;; .
S' A local attorney recognized Powers Sunday afternoon a report gained perhaps eight or nine hundred feet / it
and also pointed'out Davis. They that Governor Taylor had \ :
currency above the sea, on the top of a long 1 f .
were seized and hurried to the jail. As given his soldiers orders to arrest ridge that seemed to run the whole I ff;( I \ \ \. ( .

r, the procession swept toward the jail Governor Beckham and other officersof length of the island. I :, \.. ', ", .;...

some people started the report that the Democratic state government.On The land slopes downward from the I l / ..". .,.."- -. ..:'
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there was to be a lynching, and soon account of this report the men -- central ridge on the northern side ina '. "' .:}I \ \J. ,"il'I

the streets were packed with people, enlisted by Captain Marshall were INTERIOR OF A TUTUILA CHIEF'S HOUSE. succession of spurs, with deep glens \11 'I.,' I'I'h. ..., &r"' II I).Ii." .;
crowd gathering about assembled at the city hall, armed and :I, '" .A1.Ji1..!.. .l } )
an enormous I and watercourses between; but on the '., : ,l .. cV" \ f'
the jail. Davis, Powers and Pcake j sworn in as special police for the purpose I broken, clothed from shore to sum- southern coast, especially near the : )!: I. '' 'J' .d. .. "' '
were hurried to the upper cells, but of protecting the Democrrtic officers mit in the luxuriant vegetation of the eastern end of the island, the slopes : \ \lJ.1 y'" ,,4'i.Plj'h.... ,.:... '..-jY''

J Peake was later released on bond on a I who are still quartered at the I tropical islands, and as we proceeded :' end abruptly in cliffs and recijMtoii"! .. Ii \ \ \) \. \\ .'.: ...- '' 'fj-' } ........... ;,
j '.. common warrant charge of resisting Capitol hotel. A large number of citizens -, at half-speed through the passage it' banks that descend to tho ocean, 1. .. : I,. ..t.t. rcr- I

arrest. also volunteered and were assigned became more and more evident that is here that Pago-Pago lies, and !r '_ ''I } / '.J; .;: .,
Davis had $125 in money on his to various posts! in the vicinityof I for some reason our tender had not the top of the ridge it cnn be beet 'iU.. '! I ..," -- .
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: person and a revolver. the hotel to offer a resistance in I II arrived. We had reached the eastern nearly circular Ln>m ol pal*... "J Ii.i: cO'J -
t.: There was found on Powers $1,300. I case the tulked-of arrests were at end and cleared both islands before smooth water, sliauont'ti ,..., t.-. e-:r ,,I _\.,, .I '?--8: \-I'

In the inside pocket of each man was tempted. I any solution of the difficulty presented rounding mountains, and c\ it'i Div I J. :. ''f\.\.J'---,,;... 1: p' .J. 1.
found a pardon from Governor W. S. Governor Beckham Sunday after : itself, but then a very small cutter one narrow entranceway whicl *vL.ila I .,\ / / "
t .. Taylor, duly signed and sealed. Powers noon appointed Colonel David R. Mur- was discovered lying close inshore, ata between two lofty wooded blsjflfa: TLo .,.>\'.,:}''I. .r- -., -
iP ':'" made the statement to an Associated ry, of Clover Point, assistant adjutant I point where a native village could I island is not wore tha eigLttci mile. !'! I I ,. h

t .' Press representative that he was general, with the rank of colonel] and be seen trees that long, and nowiieie. I Rh. 'nl 4i-' ';t:-, !. I\\\ \.\.\ \ 1I

; not fleeing! from arrest. IIe was simply he was sworn in. formed background to the silver- much more than live ..ruilo.o"i.a''. I } \1. -:
i i! getting away from Frankfort to The official announcement was made white coral beach. I From what I saw of i '.' ;:i-- .;f .,i I I I 0>> :..t"-

;. avoid lying in jail as Whitaker had that this appointment is only temporary. : The cutter turned out to be a trader Tutuila, I should eufpos ..uu to Jrc. : f iP{"

been forced to do; that he had nothing This was regarded as significant, engaged collecting n cargo of copra well disposed to Earopitn: so loin; a 'Il-4.._" ,,'-4

x to fear from arrest, as he was not it being understood that Colonel Mur- I (sun-dried cocoanut) to be taken to they are not much iuterf;_d with., ....

s. guilty of the charge. ray accepted the appointment on account I Apia to the German company's stores. There have 'hseu repel "T !ntl tomeV t :. .,.,

+..- Sheriff Bosworth applied at once to of the gravity of the present: Wo were told we could stay on boardif what sanguinary; : wars auoup tum fiKV,'.

the armory for a special detail of soldiers !- situation, and with the understandingthat I we liked, but the cutler must go to during the last twent," vf rs. lands I : ;

'. under Captain Longmire and he could resign when the condi- : Leoue Bay, at the western end of the There is Certainly o wedth u> bs pal o oa

N they responded, arriving at the jail a tions in the state become more quiet. island. before it would return to Apia. extracted: from Tutuila. Erthe gene aI.t'> I,

few moments later, prepared to resist According to a statement made by I u_ ----- II fer '.!Ir

the rumored prospective attack. The Governor Taylor to a representative of --' -- -. -1' i J tl'a ,
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sheriff then designated a posse to supplement the Louisville Commercial, he has i ,,.. =,. %"- --=-. '
t a squad of soldiers provided granted a pardon to each of the persons I .F' :. !; .-- -"c.--- -: -c.' _-. --- -, =- =.- ., -
(- trouble might come and declared that for whom warrants have been issued ," ".'".., ""' '' '<,';',': i any attempt to take either of the charging them with being accessories : c <..,,,,,,,,,:;r"" '.__ 4' -' '' -.v ., ;
the would be to the assassination of Governor i ". < C ". ;,6. ," "'$ .
. prisoners from jail resisted > .--, <. .. ; __--. 'a
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to a finish. Goebel, including Secretary of State': --c.., ".". "t' ,...._ :;; ..... :. > .
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Sabbath hopeful Caleb Powers and ex-Secretcry of State 'o "'-- ,, -.
I The day brought a I >9>_ 'l..A' _J '- '" = ",.". ...". ...
and encouraging calm to the storm. Charles Finley. In his statement Gov- : :.. ; "; ..r"1 "' .:il"__-:.- _._.O-. ;,. ._.........' .. J'... .".. '.
Judge George Denny, a prominent Republican ernor Taylor recites the conditions : : i .. ,,, 1" ; '$I ,.<..- =-- '"" .7h r' "h. ; :>.' -.-
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attorney, called oa the prisoners nnder which he claims to have been i "" 4"' ::2f.j .."H":: .2' gf "" V- .... ...
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the Democratic ; Y/] ;2. \. ;: ," : 'J.,' ': .
during the day and was closeted elected, and charges I L. "1- '" 'ij'; :r
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with them several houri. He will represent contestants for state offices with con- ; ., .. '" -' I\ ,I." ..'" ..
c? T.'y. ,. :' 1--S,, <;-.t-.J.I> .d .
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them in whatever legal steps spiracy to secure control of the gov I :> :r ;Ir ...' -1f"" .y\iJf. .J.7-
. are taken. t ernment. "" I.> >' i#_1rf/ } ; ; !t? .jt._._ $.r. .
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I Persons Killed Outright and a :Number : : .
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: : Declare British F1IJTnl ; :{:'I
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T Injured. I --O-.i )1... .
Float Over the Town. ,. :..'.. :: ** -;*. *.xs\i.x.ir.. .* n t" :Xl
Never The Smith fuse manufactory at i -. ....-..e'.J ; J,, --

:j.- A correspondent to the London Daily: Pompton, N. J., blew up Friday and I! --... '--.=:.. C... "" + = ,., \' 1i'J1fi _t :. f*T '
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f Mail atLourenzo Marques, thelegraph- four bereons were killed and a number ; "'-__. _..: __ ,,. ( '
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f ing Thursday:, says: more or less injured: I 9 <>i." -- -- -_=" :'*' -. -= _.____-.._ ..
; "I am reliably informed that high They were all at work in the factory .c ,;_:.

.: i officials openly avow that the Britishflag with about thirty other men and girls. I I. .

at Johannesburg.The victims badly mangled. .
.' shall never fly The were -- -' '- '-
. will be razed to the ground PAGO-PAGO, TUTUILA. SKOftlSU TIllp iHLL3 RISING FBOJI THE 8HOIf
plae Pension lUlls Pass. .... .
mines put in readiness to bo MnetJ- eTen ,
and electrically the exploded from the forts as The first day pension session of the The prospect of staying on board was 1'I pru iti\"e agriculture of the isL-\.

requires. house provided for under the new rule so disagreeable that several of the ccntd hardly be much extended: :,

occasion"Most of the gold mines. except adopted Thursday proved a great snc- party determined to try the alterna- there is scarcely an acre of level laff":

! which the government controls 'cess. There was comparatively little tive plan of walking overland to Leone to IT- found there. Cocoanuts, iudeofj;"*; .

x' those shocking state. They are friction and ninety-seven bills were and there awaiting the arrival of the grow along the shore every where-,awr 4

;- are in and a the machiney is rusting favorably acted upon in committee of outter. Leaving all our luggage onboard even to dome extent inland; orange--I

flooded wilfully smashed." the whole and subsequently passed. I we were landed oa the beach trees grow U the dimensions of forest
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!. t TO END WAR ,; Taylor Remains In Power While _
FRIDAY MARCH 16, 1900. && !
Beckham Acts Governor.LEGISLATURE .
I'r Y The Philadelphia Record says that Carnival Date ChaD ed. Mr. Agnew at Home. ..

Tampa's carnival will not occur the E. W. Agnew, formerly president of >
elected to
a man was once a responsible -
_. state office in Pennsylvania, and first week in April, as previously an- the first National bank of Ocala, who Our Good Offices are Being / ADJOURNS SINE DIE .1
nounced. The affair has been post was sentenced to five years in the Co-

served acceptably, who could notIi' poned, and the date is to be announced lumbus, 0., penitentiary for violating Secretly Sought by Kruger. '

i .:" : write his name. He was intelligent later. This step was determined upon the United States banking laws three Temporary Peace Patched Up at Conference (

{i and of sound business judgment. after fully considering the matter. It years ago, returned home a few days Between Adjutant Cenerala' r

was seen that to carry out the show on ago, having been pardon by the presi- Collier and Cattleman. t
: ., Investigation has convinced the the date named would be but to makea dent. PROPOSITION A DELICATE ONE .. ).

-4' ,.L commissioner of labor statistics in half-way show of it, so a good one is By a strange coincidence, the firstto .P.{;> ;",

:' Connecticut that electric lighting is wanted, and therefore the association greet him when he stepped from The legislature of Kentucky adjourned j.'

determined to take more time and go the train in Jacksonville was Frank Negotiations Carried On sine die at Frankfort Tuesday
are Being af-
:. furnished by private companies to mu- at it right. Clark, who as United States district ternoon. A ...". .. .
conference between Adjutant
nicipalities so cheaply now that mu- When the date was set the committee attorney had prosecuted the case Through Our Representativeat 1--::.

nicipal ownership would bring no sav- had some difficulty in getting the against him, and had secured the conviction Pretoria. Generals Collier and Castleman .

ing worth considering. railroad business, arranged, and this*I for which the penalty had resulted in a perfect understanding J" s-:".

took time. When that was completed, been satisfied. Offering his hand.Mr. being reached. Governor Taylor will ;; 1.

I I The British shipping output in 1899 several weeks of the time had elapsed. Clark felt his clasp of welcome answered A Washington special says: Thereis ; continue to act as governor.. Governor 4 T
Then the finance committee was ap- by Mr. Agnew. A few minutes' I
was 1,713,000 tons, as compared with pointed, and about the time it got conversation passed between the reason to believe that the United Beckham will make no move toward : Jt};

1,661,000 tons in 1898, and the larg- ready for work come of the best mem- two, in which Mr. Agnew spoke of his States government is using its good securing possession of the state rj >r .

est on record to that time. The total bers had to go away. They were absentfor joy at being once more a free man, be- I offices to restore peace between Great buildings until after the court of appeals :;: '';

of ships built in the United States for weeks, and without them the com- ing hardly able to restrain the tears Britain and the South African Re- I has decided the disputed gover ;:
mittee could do nothing. Other mem- that rose unbidden to his He : I ',-""
the same period aggregated 267,642 1
publics. [ norship.The '
bers got ill, and the whole thing was told of the good treatment he had received i : ._
, E tons, including in this vessels of all held back. More than half the necessary at Columbus, where he had Presidents Kruger and Steyn have legislature! appropriated $100-

classes. _. _______ __ money has been raised, and these been given all possiblo freedom in his appealed to this government, asking I 000 for the use of Governor Beckham : ,;;:
pledges will be held and others solicited movements and had been offered even that it act as intermediary to the end in reorganizing the state militia. J

k Wireless telegraphy is not succeeding and thus the committees in chargeof more than he was willing to accept. that peace in South Africa may be se- 'I This in brief was the situation in .

;k in South Africa, owing to the iron the work will go right ahead arrang- His work had been light, and his cured. That appeal was sent to the I Kentucky politics Tuesday night. J. ;>

in the hills. The humble prototype ing for the show. physical condition, if his appearance president through the American rep- Among the more conservative ele- i '

n of this manner of discovering the desirable could be taken as an indication, was resentative at Pretcria, Adelbert Hay, ment in each party the opinion pre- 'f
excellent. and the understanding here is that vails that the worst is over and that .j
things hidden in the bowels of At the last meeting of the Miami
Ambassador Choate has already laid when the
Tho commutation is understood to court of apj.eals! renders its
the earth is the hazel twig "turning" Board of Trade the building of a new the
' be through the efforts of influential appeal before the British foreign decision the dangers of civil war in the
for water or buried treasure in the courthouse discussed, and a resolution friends more than a mere shorteningof office. So far as is known, no reply has commonwealth which has been terribly .

t.' hands of those possessed of the gift. passed asking the county commissioners sentence. The representations to I yet reached Washington. I imminent will entirely have passed
to appropriate $50,000 for
Great Britain's
to such
answer suggestions -
In its latest scientific development this President McKinley by one or more away.
\ purpose, provided threefourthsof members of the Florida I on our part will in all likelihood To the Democratic leader, with a
v this divination of underground wealth the taxpayers would join in petition Congressional
delegation are believed to have be of the same nature as Presi- full understanding of the situation,
'. appeals delightfully to the imagina asking for that amount. A reso- secure dent
I McKinley's diplomatic to
ed also a full restoration of citizenshipwhich reply only one cloud appears on the political
ml ; tion. : lution was also passed to appoint a it is said, was promised by the the suggestions of the ambassadors, : horizon-Jhat is Governor Taylor's ;
committee to confer with the
telegraph headed Lord
by Pauncefote the I j
President short time upon course.
; a
):; I' Nearly 200 in ten cent subscriptions company, asking the company to ac- ago. occasion of that historic visit to the I Governor Taylor himself will not ,

-. I l ',,(J.. have been raised in Cleveland, cord to Miami and the lower east white house during the progress of the : outline his plan of action beyond the :,
coast the reduced rates given the other At a recent meeting of the Ocala with when the ",
Ohio, for the purpose of beautifying war Spain, president I statement which Le made to an Associated -
t.. portion of the state. Secretary Taylorwas board of trade a letter was read from reminded the ambassadors that this I Press correspondent Tuesday ..;:
..,...... the grave of Moses Cleaveland, the authorized to correspond with Frank G. Perkins of the
manager country was not forgetting its duty to j that he would "continue to act as gov- .v. '.
7. founder of the city. The plan is to Manager Myers of the Southern Ex- Planters' Manufacturing company of humanity._ The president's reply, it I ernor." Republicans in Governor 1 j'

buy the property in which the Cleave- press, in regard to the delivery of Lake Mary, near Sanford, stating that will be recalled, was exceedingly diplomatic I Taylor's confidence, however say that

'f: land family is buried and to place aniron packages within the corporate limits he would visit Ocala during this but it meant that the matter I he will remain in Frankfort in the discharge .J
of Miami.: month with a view of negotiating with then had in hand would be disposed '
we -
t. railing around it and plant flow- of his duties until the court I last :
I the people to establish a cassava fac of in our own way and without of resort the question at is- a
passes upon
era I
in the plot. The grave is in an tory. C. I. Yongue addressed the the assistance the interference of :1' .
There seems to be a strong proba- or sue. Then if the decision be against ::1 1
"\ !abandoned cemetery in Canterbury, bility that the state board of health board on the desirability of establish- anybody else. him he will step] out at once and turn .

'ft'- Conn., which is neglected to such an will go out of business so far as the ing a factory to work up the waste In all probability such will be the over the state buildings to Governor j

extent that sheep graze among the Mullet Key station is concerned. Thisis timber of the rim and spoke factory reply-in effect-of the British foreign Beckham.The j: J

located at the mouth of the bay, into handles. He was requested to office to this suggestion of the Republicans will make every 4, 1
;;. tombstones antI cattle wander about II
leading up to Tampa and Port Tampa.For get up all the necessary data, when a American ambassador. There will be effort to carry the dispute into the "

; the place unmolested. years the state board has occupiedthis called meeting will be held to considerthe nothing offensive in the reply, nor is I federal courts in case the decision of ; ,

: key alone, but now the marine subject. I there anything offensive in the action i iI the court of appeals, the supreme ;

...l; The preponderance of girls in the hospital service has its full plant and of this government in acting as the I court of Kentucky, is against them, Z r

t.\* higher school classes move I a speaker equipment located on the same key, John G. Collins', who for the past I agent through which the request of I I II but failing in this, they will consider !>

at A recent convention of pedagogues within a stone's throw of the state ten years has carefully conducted The I the South African government is conveyed i the question settled. ;

.f station. It is thoroughly up-todate in Tallahasseean, has sold the paper, I to England. This is not at all j The Democratic leaders assert that
to note of alarm. Ho made
r ; a every respect,while just now the state's plant, etc., to John C. Trice, who has j the same thing as the voluntary offer I j they will cheerfully abide by the decision I
.f a text of the fact that the women stay plant is one that has seen years of been associate editor of the paper for of mediation coming from this govern- >! of the court of appeals.

: It their books through all the grades hard service. The board of health many years. Mr. Trice is a practical ment. Such an offer would mean intruding j The legislature adjourned late in the .

:tL< grammar schools and thence to will hold a meeting on the 20th instant printer, a forcible writer and will be upon a neighbor's affairs i[ day after one of the most remarkable '

the, last ('.! the academic school classes, and the matter of turning the at home in the position of editor and where we had no business to intrude, | sessions in the history of the state. In ;i

i work over to the marine hospital servo proprietor.The i I and would be considered by Englandas spite of the fact that there was the '
"HUe their brothers from
pnitly ue- ice will then be thoroughly discussed offensive and unfriendly. usual disorder attendant on the closing -

Jbity ant i party because of their un- i and probably acted upon. stockholders of the Lake City I President McKinley has all the time day of the session, especially in .

at, le axe-.th.t; schoolrooms at cailyAges. I Land and Timber Company met a few '''I taken the position that no such step the house considerable important'leg- ), '

The ead WJfc JAj, h. declared, I II I A Pecallar CIUP. days ago and elected the fllowit officers would be taken-that there would be 'I II islation] was accomplished, including \. J
( that all the highPnh J. E. president J. S. I no offer of mediation unless the request i the passage of the Senator Triplett
;Rg; ;would b. A ran named Charles Ta gert was : Young, ; '
\ the self whilotie jii Jit. Petersburg last of February, I White, vice president; J. E. Calloway, I came from both governments. resolution appropriating $100,000 to
oaten, This action ia tho of j
carrying request
for which secretary; G. W. Getzon, treasurer. i enable Governor Beckham. to "reorganizt' t
Delivering enlarged pictures
.t lfiU-'ZY ; e I (;: llbe'cme ; the weaker party to the death struggle
0 ; extend the and !
Y jnlers had been taken. He delivered This company is thoroughly organized j organization
..'/ "*ellCfI11ioI1.L. I in Africa to the stronger is on an eni i the munitions of J
.( a. } iotnie at the home of a colored woo and owns many thousand acres of the recover war of the
tirely different plane, however, and twill "
-- best and timber land in : state. ,
: ui,.'), Amy Tanner, on March lat, but phosphate !
l and till 1 bis %hr refused to take the picture. A this state. give no offense. The debate on the bill in the house ; 1
It can be stated on authority, in !, .
: the small naturally took on a strong partisan : .
\ntLad Impute arose c t"'er origi-
In Uthcrfl. wl"rh the insisted this connection, that so far as this iI j jgovernment tinge, but it finally went through amid ,'
.al !
picture woman -
: ,
Before the matter of a good roads is concerned there will be I
]>ui II | wild cheering by a vote of 53 to 13,
".'up-to-date on having, and Taggert re- convention in Orlando was broached, I no concert of powers in any representations i mcst of the Republicans refusing to ,. j
10.> fused to give it up. The woman procured the Improvement Association took the I made to Great Britain. If., vote. o. .
-'on3 his f a pistol and ordered the man initial toward midwinter I
a other among
steps exposition are
powers The bill regarded as a "war: fund" J.
\.Jll bedS from the house.:: lIe wrenched: the for the immediate section. Then I themselves whether they should join by the Democrats. A bill '
'II'III appropri-
the pistol from her hands, and in the came the Winter Park fair, and Or- I and tell England to quit, they must ating $3,000 for the Covington library;

struggle the woman was violently lando was rather inclined to assist count the United States out. Thisgovernments i the only bill introduced in the
,9 ne1"y, legis-
thrown over a trunk. The man was that enterprise than to compete withit. ill take no part in any II lature by Senator Goebel also
.that: was
bror.gbt uefore the justice of the peace I That fair is a matter of history. such step any more than it would vol- passed.In 1

to.s Wej I'' for assault!' gave a reasonable explana-: Winter Park scored a long mark to her untarily step in and independently in-I I the senate the bitter feeling existing -

its I tioa of the affair ami say released. credit in the splendid exhibit made. form England that she must quit. between the Goebel and anti- '

ea + ..,n March ;5 the woman died in giv- Now that the road convention is an assured A cable dispatch from the Hague I Goebel Democrats shown when 0
._ J iIl((birth to a dead: child seven months
those who had become It is learned from reliable
-> success! : says: a i iI Senator Carter, president of the senate -
< 'I"vjTd. Tho coroner's inquest was held, interested in an exhibit have decidedto source that President Kruger, throughthe i announced that he would certify 1

'7 pl.y sis ians' anu OnE r testimony taken, I
: make as good a local display as is consuls at Pretoria, has appealed to the absence from most of the ses- .
uud Charles Taggeit was decided practicable at that time---not as a regular for the intervention of the great
orn : : pow- i sions since January 30th, the date of .!
1.J'j gnilty of murder, as he was held responsible ] fair, as no premiums will be j ers in the Transvaal war and has also : Goebel's assassination, of four anti- 1.
.j for the :
offered and no admission charged. I appealed to the governments of Belgium Goebel Democrats, thus preventing: '
inSj,:'! arrauts have been issued for his The display will simply b. a decorative !| Holland and Switzerland. : them from drawing their-per diem ?
rr-r: I I
feature of the hall wherein the
during that time.
/ .
.. convention will be held. :Many: of tho I IS BUBONIC FLAVUE. I, The evening trains from Frankfort e
Ph'"ohate"ork" Pn"i enJ.failure residents hold of the matter l
.1' are taking I I were crowded with
Ie of if. J. Hiis ard, the'hat Case In Chinatown In San Francisco legislators returning '
with much interest. i
to their homes, and the is
!Show That Scourge Han Reached Us.A city
),h jner at Juliette, has been
-oy tfle_temporary Mionosphate -- I Washington special says: The practically deserted by politicians, and, .,:
LUlf.hl'1' Comp)' Organized. I beyond a few soldiers in tho capitol
mining firm of ifoo-1 marine hospital service dispatches 'K
j .\ permanent organization of the square, little remains to show how
.rd. at Dannellon Loa :,'-' j Gulf Lumber company, with a capi- j i. Monday night confirm the diagnosis: near Kentucky has been to civil war.
sold ahead
\ heavily a:: tin
j ta! of $75,000, under the letters Patent j! of the recent case in Chinatown inI
market ill ll1kjll,
ant cts I
issued at Tallahassee, was effected i ij i San Francisco as bubonic plague. APPROPRIATION
good ]lost 31':}.lI.I"' APPROVED.
j at Crystal River the past week by the :: Inoculation in rats and a monkeydemonstrate
Tuesday night Governor
ew contrlt": hi i 'L 'i Eeckbatnj
: election of R. J. Knight president; 1 I that it is a genuine plague :,
"J loiielto; l l' i the
agents ve approved Triplett
j 8100,000
\ Walter Ray, vice president; S. Barco, case. I II appropriation -
tracts and to avoid I!
aud treasurer T. P. Lloyd, resolution.
secretary ; .
S Jr men, Hood A I1ubsu' -
; of Erooksville, attorney.All FRENCH AT BI.OE3IFOXTEIX.
last Saturday. Thry4"Vf
the stockholders of the company II SOUTH.
>erred a new iuiu at i!
i are well-known business men of Citrus Vague Dlnpatrhos Cause Much Kxclte- 1
,,<'111y. 1,000 men are affected to went In London Town. Induitrlml Conditions In ThU Section
and able financially,
Jari Bounty, are I
and lloo-l Hubbanlth
f {: } : make a success of their undertaking. Advices of Tuesday afternoon from Will Be Thoroughly Looked Into. _
?, .and it ia rumored thutWifer.miner ?
is now iii trouble. :I-orty thousand dollars of the stock i London stated that General French A Washington dispatch says:. The

i> was represented by those present.The I with his entire army, had reached industrial commission will begin hear-
( company has two mills, one at Bloemfontein, capital of the Orange
architects are now at work on !I Citronelle and one at Gulf Junction, Free State. ings Atlanta, Ga., Monday, March

fa for a new dormitory at Stet- already running, with orders in abundance Nothing more can be said of the ad- 19th, and will continue in session in

yiversity for the young men.aw and bids for the whole outputof vance on Bloemfontein beyond Lord that city for four days or longer. The-

building is to be located on the plant for the year. Roberta' own dispatches. Nothing I hearings in' Georgia will not be confined -

Joulevard, opposite Elizabet'i, The company will erect another more has been permitted to come I alone to an investigation of the-

/ and will be of a style to ccri ;-'- mill at Crystal River, and will also through. Doubtless Lord Roberts General I conditions of agriculture in
.. .* with the other buildings of the build, own and operate steamboat. himself is fully occupied with military I the south, as has been stated, but will

titution. The present dormitory is tugs and other vessels, as well as railroads operations. "General French has ar- embrace investigations of manufact-

.,. .. ., /ererowded, and it is desirable that ,- tramways, etc., for the trans- I rwed at BIoemenfontein" probably I urers, transportation and trust, only-
-' ne college and academic students portation of the products of their does not mean that he has entered the one day, Monday being given to hear

., ,should be-! separated.- plants. city. ings before the sub-committee on ag-
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: .. England Declares Emphatically That the War ; :

Hardly A NOT in the TRUST
, fl' Must Go On to the Bitter End.

. ltTM Breathe '.

LORD SALISBURY'S REPLY months between her majesty's government TO : : 1.

and the
South African republic,
: of which the G TOBACCO .
oJ object was to obtain redress iff

Text of Telegram Sent By Presi- for had a terrible cold and \ IS THE BRAND. I IHAKCrACTURFD I IUnion
: dents Kruger and Steyn Ask- dents in hardly breathe. I then \ ,

ing For Cessation of War. In the Ayers Cherry Pectoral! ;: ,.z',1r, made I Il

ment the gave believe me immediate there is a cough relief. l / ', Cigarette n Panels BITH PutM ;l f Ii ft t

parliamentary and the in the world anywhere :

;4 grams sent to the British government steps to good.:'-W. C. Layton, BROWN BROS. CO.. WINSTON BT N. C. I \

ti by the presidents of the South African Cape 111., May 29,1899.Cures l '
A Northern Publisher With Sense.
i republics and the Orange Free State "1'0 .
From! New York Town Topics.] i
and Great Britain's anteed
reply thereto was INSOMNIA
that A society has been formed at Mont-
issued Tuesday afternoon. The tele- side. gomery, Ala., with Colonel FrancisG.

gram of the two presidents was as the I Caffey as chairman, that deservesthe ,
cordial commendation and have been nabs; CASCAKETS for .
follows: issuing Colds with which I have been afflicted for '
"BLOEMFOXTEIN', March 5.-The clared of all sections of the country. twenty years and I can say that Cusc&rota t.
to hold annual given me more re net than any other r !blood and the tears of thousands Orange poses
who have ever tried. J shall! certainly recom- ;
have suffered by this war and the had not 1 discuss the race problems of the them to my frlei.cJs as being all they are i
t m prospect of all moral and economic similar will your cough be such as the franchise, the :' TBOS. GILLABD, Elgin ill. ..-,

: ll ruin wherewith South Africa is now "Her ? Worse, probably.! of tho negro, religious work '. .

t threatened make it necessary for both first cold then cial order and equality. The CANDY
a a cough, CATHARTIC ; '
to ask lics. I has no theories; its directors a
; t belligerents themselves
dispas- ,
sionately and as in the sight of the within bronchitis or pneumonia vided in opinion upon most :;2T1tADjR50 '1

.tribune of God for what are they fight portion last consumption. Coughs problems; it invites the .f:1'
ing and whether the aim of each justifies with tend downward. It's freest discussion in order to '-

Y all this appalling misery and de- life, and I the truth. I am glad to know 't 4S y .
the the throat: and then the life-long contention, that the h ;
vastation.. I .
. ( "With this object and in view of the of her They dent naturally people are best fitted by I ..,'" : a
I and experience to deal with Palatable. Potent Taste Good. Do
assertions of various British statesmento to get veil. You have Never Sicken.Weaken.or Crip*.lOc.25c.SOc. : ;
the effect that this war was begun the ; difficulties, is now conceded. CURE: CONSTIPATION. ... )1 I
Nature .
these a little. ern interference, even with ....., r._..y.tloveio.treet.5.wT.rk.315
and is being carried on with the set
of undermining her public can stop this downward motives, can accomplish TO by all droll- I
purpose majesty'sauthority DRY to CUR T b ,i iOTASH ?
because of ignorance of the ; : coo HabltT=
: in South Africa and of setting many any time by taking p
conditions. The south must
t x up an administration over all of ter Cherry Pectoral Then out its own salvation, and I I I gives color, r
South Africa independent of her
majesty's it You will that its people intelligent I ,t- t
for tonight. cough
government, we consider it use -
yes duty to solemdly declare that this war our "Your and sleep better, and by scientions enough to do it flavor and firmness to (

was undertaken soleiy as a defensive tions of
this time will
at you At the Front. *
the fruits. No good fruit .
measure to maintain the threatened S......
r independence of the South African re- tions improved. He was a newspaper man. ...

public, and is only continued in orderto : war news kept me down town be raised without -1"

secure and maintain the incontestable have stammered as he entered the
"The can ret a email; bottle of Ayer's 5:30 I;:
-I independence of both republics as Fecforalnow,for 25 cents. For a. m."Humphl"
y sovereign international states and to carried bronchitis,asthma,and the replied his wife. f -:
tho M cent size is better. For
i obtain the assurance that those of her been we'll mako a little more war
cases ts consumption and to
t ;" 4 majesty's subjects who have taken part hun& tho $1.00 size is most right here for a late edition." Fertilizers containing at least l ,
r with us inthis war shall suffer no which ; And the battle was on. 'It .. ij "

harm whatever in person or property. costly 10% of Potash will give .
Is Blood
1 "On these conditions, and on these precious Money la Lnl tables. Beauty Deep. tc.;( ,
Ciei.n blood clean
means a
conditions alone, are we now, as in has been industry is that of lullaby beauty without it. Cascarets,Candy results on all fruits. Write :./ ;I ..f ::" /-

+ the past, desirous of seeing peace reestablished has Young women who are study tic clean your blood and keep It :-r.: ,
in the South Africa while years, fUrrIng up the lazy liver and driving
; music often
turn their
the two very purities from the body. Begin our pamphlets, \vb.; ougK
if her majesty's government is determined talent to small account, at banish pimples, boils blotches, ffi'F.u

l; to destroy the independence of "In going to nurseries two or and that sickly bilious complexion by : 'J} 1t

the republics, there is nothing left to I. two a week to sing to the chIl- Cascarets,-beauty for ten cents. be In every l'larmer library "!i..e:; ;

us and to our people but to persevereto which bedtime hour soft, crooning gists satisfaction guaranteed lOc,

the end in the course already be- ties their It is in households, of course, One Drawback. are sent free. .. '-W"

gun. In spite of the overwhelming flicted mother has no singing voice, BobbsVish I could lire as long as ) ...;

pre-eminence of British empire, we majesty's believes!: in the influence of lab did. '
Dobbs-Oh, I d .n't know. Think of _
1'.4 are confident that that God who lighted your correct singing on the de- to through nine o: these l!
go -
Nassau St., New i v-t" ..;
they $3 .
the fire of love oft are discussions.
unextinguishable ear of the child. This may '
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freedom in the hearts of ourselves and exaggeration of detail but '. r: ....

our fathres will not forsake us and rican pole."I days it is the trifles that are 9100 Reward. S10O. .';;:
State." The readers of this paper will be pl : R 14 CE"!' f 3 1
will accomplish His work in us and in learn thAt there at least .
is one
in their bearing upon the t '.
). .htoetlnthisyfoment :
xygq. ....
descendants. ease that science tins been able to .. and 1 .' ....
our v
: its stages and that is Catarrh. Hall's .',..f .rd lIl .. .
!& "We hesitated to make the declara- Cure Is the only positive cure now j < ,. .. 'w'ilt's. rald IJ.lJ ti .
L New York and (lucaaro. the medical fraternity. Catarrh 1 : ::::. ,attictie UktJ' a ,.t.a .
lion .. -
earlier to excellency as we ,
your etitutional disease requires a ; ."" 0"" S''WL..tr s-r ,>
day," we ventured to pre- I \I ":""'''''; I; Us.: K&dl b ;'I ": I... .
,; feared that as long as the advantagewas treatmtu' Hall's Catarrh Cure I Is .; -.1'1 !'" C. : H. -'':
fIt-- .
side and as long as House man will be able to go to nnlly.acting directly upon the blood \ :d e- < '.o-:. planer _+ .. .C .1L. C
always on our I
cous surfaces of the system,thereby<1 ; ;'j>'" 4 r.f;';antflowa v, 1 .
and wake in New
our forces held defensive positions far 166 Chicago up ing the foundation ot the disease nu 4 Witir"I" Wo-" bl.oe.foeld7 "f-,
I within her majesty's colonies, such a the patient strength! by building r.. t : .'Il"! An.MPkri. ...srv wjiir f"1
stitation! and assisting nature m io; I : 'f io.il you frea. to. "T ..,
declaration might hurt the feelingsand you really suppose Chicago work. The proprietors have ",c'nit. !'- I acPakCatalog.h .
honor of the British pecple. But A get to he so quiet as that?" curative powers thatthpy :'u.tt:, : s.un. S MIU"_ .;.-_. !
lr-eelvt. -'
drrd Dollar for any case thit : f.a > -',tea
day's d the Chicago man evident scar. fg, s
now that the prestige of the British Send for .
F. J. CHF.NPV TO ; _
empire may be considered to be as- ference Sold by Prnfgist.. "".- I P;:8rp111'?Pr'1; ;

sured by the capture of one of our rency '!! no experience to dye with Tur- Hall's Family Pills are.the b.t i'ut...:rhl"t A. 1I1..Z1 ION: r ft, .

forces by her majesty's troops, and from ELF.SS ]:Iti.: Simply boiling your Foreivenesf, that M'-Et: -,.-dalt",.1. ; iI a.- '
that we have thereby been forced to : : the dye. is all that's necessary gold is a virtue which he a'l"n. wi..,. can -.. :
egation ;
which Ithim elf caniUaH: b-u- .nm : '
>: evacuate other positions our dor. Colton. La..
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1' forces had occupied, that difficulty is The As an Iiikiunker. Kdncnte lonr B....>.'*. ">. .Ut.. i i1 ", }
over and we can longer hesitate to :\ there I* ft river of irk. It is Candy Cathartlijri ,-" .. .' .- .....,-
bill ii.ttj i -
the --- -4
the union of two tticani", ore ... t
and Ic.t5e.1C.C..f-.il.r" : :
clearly inform government rg "rr"'t':
your the rum 1\ rtgiouof iron ore, the other : ;;"th'
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people in the sight of the whole civilized a peat i-wanip. 'Iho water of tho '\
It is with books
adopted xulrn; : I ,' ..taetj
Impro 'l.tlt":I wlellroD. thntof the ';1 \ !
world why wo are fighting and \ number play! .1 1.1 vr'. the -
120, mllio nri on what conditions we are ready to re- \ i.h the iron foru.s a true in:. a I..l-: .?: '
Piso'stnt ;..;.w..l-..rI1u' '. :. I Cli'
store peace. ference Spit End Smoke Your; life Away. -.l\.... \\'. '!',I-I ,'T. '""n., .'..... .. f 1 'i-.
LORD BALisuriiT's ANSWER: tot ncco rueily anal forever, be mag .!.' Oin.. 'i. II
aj. 't"o -- h. -
of life, and No-To-
the ture to nerve vigotnko .
The marquis of Salisbury to \0 \\iH''H'g' Old' : \VP .
: \OLdcr-w<'ikfr, that makes weak: men } .
8he-t t4 .:!:(' :; ".t!. ,1 L'" : own
9- presidents of the South African republic All druFpls w,We or $1. Cure guaran brand.\\.0'C\ .. .....1.1\0.. ";..IOle- 'IPOII' :'
for It ll't nut F IUI.le| free. Address He-I'. I: 1..1' ,- uti -
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and the Orange Free State: HE'D1f'dy ("0.. Chicago or New York. of the r0' ifl ..... -'r,l!' .'"e to.t .. t f ,
"FOREIGN OFFICE, March 11.-I .-c ,,9 -- -- If.'j'J: r
suffer more from disappointment!
bave the honor to acknowledge yonr TEX btriti-c they hav more of faith 1 '
honors' telegram dated March 5th, naturally,- more credulous.-Mar- TaVnV. '
the .J.is. Cur. h or Cold at once
of which -
from Bloemfontein a

ATlll ::\ CS etOt. S Croup without fall. I ,
i f is principally to demand that ermajelty's Cure n Cold In One I>av. Is IPT >l ir Hroiik.:ids,
shall recognize : !: RO'IO JrivivK TAEIETS. All AoarsePfi \\ hooping;-Cough,aud
; government letuinl ih<- in .n-y if it falls t., cure f -r the curs of Consumption.
'the incontestable independence' of the The : \' slc-iature U:: oil each 00)[. 25c.lrimitic ,71 h'oher Praislt-

.w. South African republic and Free Stateas ecutive -- ,V.es.- g4 SCHI l doses; quick sure results. > ,

international states' and vention 11itIJLJWI.
'sovereign Whit < ", !ul. awful hardships cur !
to offer on those terms to bring the to I must have pziiez-ipiieed.: _
i -\e ; Just tliluk, they dICn t hare ,
war to a conclusion. railroad : T\ Pi \VRTERA (

'iln the beginning of October last ., .. .
Haw Are Year Kidney f 'c.!" f'l" Ut --Silli iMt
existed between her majesty and The le.1I1t: ) i>.A. L''>coT' 'la new
kid tej
curt'l.11 Ills. .
; peace SparpiPills : fl a n> l ., .
i -f I' i;> Svhinf shipped
the two republics under conventions Swung i'.eacd(;U. Chicago cr N.T. sin. .
r X;T >c.'i m Largest; nest ,
: which were then in existence. A I hi but one reward for 11.11-11. l.u; I : .,,.' ,.; 'tji,."! sic i K in the country. I!'
discussion had been proceeding someALABAMIAA'S Evans ,alittl" t-an!'ient fume, a grave TO I M, 100'.t tvi.i.vrlters.K !.
Y Wilam '
I a adinu'' name.- : \\1r.11' i t \VKWKITER 2OSitorth9h K St. ; J1

k: ASSIUNEIi.Jr low. lelitlltat orexhanstM cur.1 I stir Lon
I 's luvlco-fittng Tonic. FHSK: $1 I '%1
for 2 weeks' treatment. Dr. Kiln' |
..Speaker Henderson, of the House, Make. For St., I'hIlAdellha. Founded 1@;1. I 1 -fMhl iJ1ITfoUIR Q1M: .1Lt :.

Several Committee Changes. for chlMr i ... .
A Soothing Sjrnp 1 ;' ;iofi: to.l&t'lof pclkto on earth! O = ,
softens the Hums reduces inflamma !' '....:.& .; tells-MI klxo about Balt n-o"..0-:,
committee changes
Several important Senator pain cures wind colic. 2JC.; a 1Nttie. -r. Kt-rilnt: Skr wee4s'Foteto.! .
I..3roPSt farm and vegetable: .at
; affecting Alabama were announced by governor Woman and "'ar. i! \ Tre.t..rsinUS l'otAWH.II.2Cia:1d
4 decided us th"'l. Fund' this notice and&c.KVANT .
:; Speaker Henderson in the house Tuesday '(In-8o you are not steadfastly ,i 1t.br rer BIC t'Mabi.JCNNA.SAIZERSEED@A
Boer or British? I
' of his recent
afternoon. will -No, Indeed! I'mtoinlt tn ,
coveted wlh either tide! J-ut as they hap- .r-.r .'
; It appointment to the always ld ludlanapolls JournaL.
) place on the ways and means committee i:1-31: : finnpfroLoui8TtlMSnorth i! !
Cnrr Conntlpatlon Forever. B Ut'SbLQicgo nT
Mr. Underwood resigned from : Ky. i *r
( andy Cathartic lOc or SSc.
Ct.5!no more t l\nd cl&88lChooL
the'place he has held on the judiciary receipt .*. tall tot'Ure. drupglstg refund money.

: committee and Mr. Clayton was ap- D tS> Qg8Y NEW
Pearson Puzzling Exceptions. n quick ra'w'and
' ? : pointed to this committee in his place. "Don't eweo- Sat si testuncmia', and 10 Am.ru'
which us procrastinate '
Mr. Clayton in turn resigned from the desire to m .n holds the key to fate;" I'ree1'. H. E'. GIECH'ISOHS. .. ...1rl

'. s0mmitte insular affaire and Mr. advto". this bears revision atllktf'd d th 1
on !
a '.e, I rni.-sed a bid collision. ,use i Thompson Eye,
sore gyre _
this as- P.en "T
Brewer important -Detroit Free
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:, -,:: FORTIIE DEAT11OF tiOEBEL FOURTEEN LOSE LIFE i BOBS CUECKED Doctor-Ab JMd, him the Good.little one looks :;<, .' _

; : pretty well; the pills seem to have -83

.. helped him. How did you take them,

i. Fearful Holocaust In Newark IN illS ADVANCE Johnny?
: Johnny-With my air rifle; I shot

N. J Tenement House sparrows with them,.doctor.
-- .":- Warrants Are Issued at Frankfort For Arrest Oar ar
Nation' TT> Uh. g-

;. : Gold and silver are poarei abundantly into
+ of Prominent Kentucky Officials. WAS THE WORK OF AN INCENDIARY English Meet Strong Resistance the lap of tile n&Uoa, but our material wealth 5h

and strength Is rather In Iron,the most useful *r P
of all metal,Just aa the wraith ot a human g
< Near Bloemfontein. being lies In & useful stomach. It you bar
; under Nearly All of the Victim Were Helpless overworked yours until It is disabled, try
warrants have been
7: were issued Iloatatte-r'a Stomach
ONE IS STATE SECRETARY Bitters. It will relieve
J the strictest surveillance ever since Children, -Home Was a Ver- the clu-ged bowela.Improve the appetite and 1 t
itable Death Trap. cure constipation, dyspepsia: biliousness,liv rand
the assassination. Captain Davis was A STUBBORN FIGHT IS GIVEN kidney dUe&se. 1
. .. ', of Governor and .
; an appointee Bradley
'. .A; ;" W. H. Coulton, a Clerk In Office A l'OI ': i.. .' was continued under Governor Taylor.He Fourteen Man .
+ persons lost their lives, halt to be transparent, so
t.1 y of State Auditor Sweeney, also kept a boarding house. Perhaps that wilt explain, ,
two persons were seriously injuredand 'Tls the thought that ill can tee through t
r- Is In Jail. Ex-Secretary of State Finley was Battle Raged All Day and Boers lhat KlTeb the window pane. !a. .
::.J' one of the promoters of the mass many others slightly burned in a
.;1 meeting of the mountain men in frontof fire in Newark, N. J., at 5 o'clock Were Always Ready--Britons The Best Frwaerlptlon for Chill
and lever la a bottle of Gnovc's TASTKLcsa
j W. H. Coulton, of Jackson county the state capitol January 25th. He Monday morning. The firemen after Finally Win Out. CHILL Toxic. It la simply iron and quinine In
served as secretary of state during the w tasteless form. No cure-no paPrice We.
t a clerk in the office of State Auditor the flames had been subdued, took
j four years when W. O. Bradley was Threw Rim Out.
) l.1-. Sweeney, was arrested and placed in' governor. He was not in the city the thirteen bodies from the ruins and Advices from Driefontein, Orange Fat Woman-What has become of the rubber

\ jail at Frankfort Ky., Friday night day of the assassination, but left the while they were thus engaged another Free State, under date of March 11, man?

r charged with complicity in the murder day before. Coulton, the only one victim of the fire died in the city hos- state that Broadwood's cavalry brigade Ltrlcc K c or kel.ton-Ue*. got bounced.-Philadelphia a

of the late Governor Goebel. The arC arrested Friday night was placed in a pital. One family was wiped out com- -:- -
made' cell and and of ', advancing on Bloemfontein, unexpectedly O""" "' ...........
rest was by Chief of Police Wil- not allowed to talk to anyone. pletely another only the father .O

r lianas at 9 o'clock. The warrant on which Coupon was lives and he is in the city hospital, found the Boers in a strong

f. Warrants charging the same offense arrested, and for the arrest of the two where it is believed he will die. position in the Driefontein kopjes on # Spring

, r.!1i were also issued for the arrest of Secretary Powers, Finley and Davis, were basedon The building in which tho fire broke Saturday. General Kelly-Kenny's division -

of State Caleb Powers and Captain an affidavit made by Thomas B. out was a veritable fire trap. It was of ensued. Medicine. s
L John W. Davis, policeman of the Cromwell of Lexington, Ky., before frame construction and extended two arriving, severe

state capitol square. Warrants against County Judge Moore. Cromwell has stories above the ground floor. Until The Boers resisted stubbornly, but I There's no season when good medicine -

ex-Secretary of State Charles Finleyand been assisting the detectives in work- three or four years ago the structurehad were driven from their center position I Is BO much needed aa In Spring, s

John T. Powers brother of Secre- ing the case and it is said that acting been used as a church, but it was leaving a number of dead and forty and there's no medicine which does

tary of State Powers, charging them under directions from Colonel T. C. converted into a tenement. Tho lower prisoners. so much good In Spring 03 Hood's s

i k- with being accessories to the Goebel Campbell and Commonswealth's'Attor- floor, fronting on 50, 52 and 54 Four- During the fighting, in which five Strsaparllla. In fact, Spring Medicine -

assassinationwere sworn out and sent ney Franklin, he spent several days in teenth avenue, was occupied by three regiments took part, with artillery, the I is another Lame for Hood's 8arBapitrllla. .

to Whitley county for service.' Hardin, Bell, Whitley and Knox stores and the upper portion of the Boers, though forced frem their center Do Dot delay taking It. f

)- Several witnesses who testified at counties, where it is alleged the evi- building was divided into twenty position!' clung tenaciously to the Don't put It oil till your health tone # :

a : the trial of Harlan Whittaker Tuesday dence against the parties was secured. living rooms. other kopjes, shelling the British gets too low to be. lifted. + }

.. swore that the shots at the time of the Public admission to the statehouse As nearly as can be learned, the fiercely with three guns and two Vick- I 1

iG- L Goebel assassination were fired from grounds Friday night was denied to structure was occupied by ten families, ers-Maxims. Hood'sSarsaparilla

r *' t the direction of Powers' office and he all, by order of the military authorities. all Italians. Two of the occupants, The British cavalry began to turn '

:, sand all of the parties for whom the Vito Credanza and one other family the Boer position, but night fell before -

kept boarders, and though the total the movement was completed.

:tlKRU6ER; growing outcry against any further population of the rookery could not The Boers retired during the night. s

; ASKS identification of the Free State with be definitely ascertained during the All of the day was occupied in fight- La Will give you a good appetite purify

the Transvaal interests." excitement attending the firethere were ing. The Boers maintained a stub- and enrich your blood, overcome

Dispatches from the Boer camp at paid to be forty or fifty persons of born rear guard action along a running Va that tired feeling give :you mental .

\ FOR Glencoe, via Lorenzo Marques, depict both sexes and all ages in the building front of twelve miles on a very f afld digestive strength and steady #
t; ARMISTICE when the fire started.
President Kruger as donning a ban- difficult ground. The British were nerves. Bosure to ask for HOOD'S

I;: L dolier, seizing a rifle and inviting vol- The police are confident that the advancing in three columns. General and be sure that you get Hood's, the ;

unteers to accompany him, as he fire was of incendiary origin and they Tucker, to the southward, occupied best medicine money can buy. Get

1 r wished to have a shot at the enemy have arrested Vito Credanza on sus Petrusberg unopposed; General Kelly- # a bottle TO-DAY. All druggists.Price .

himself picion. There was a disorderly card Kenny after following the river bank (I. ittl
British Re #
Sa Promptly President Kruger is also game in one of the rooms'that lasted moved in the direction of Abraham'skraal.
: quoted as .. .... .. ..
well into the Credanza 'O ... .... .. o.01. d 0 0
having declared in his address to tho morning. wasa .
'\. "S. fuses The Old Man's Request. troops that he "did not know whether participant and is said to have made At Driefontein, about eight miles The Big "!" In English.

arbitration or intervention would end violent tharats against his fellow play! sonth of Abraham's kraal, the Boers Did it to that it
ever occur you ..
l: the struggle, but tba it would end ers. A few minutes before 5 o'clock were found posted in considerable might seem very egotistical' for you to '

T f; BRANDS 'TOO EXACTING quickly, within the next month, he every one in the building was awakened strength on the ridges connecting sev write of yourself with a capital "1" 3,
ttMeanwhile by the flames. I
= strongly eral kopjes where they had mounted instead of using the small and less obtrusive -
They found them burning at the
-- the British
are not stay.
? The English of the
Londpn Official Opine That He ing their advance. Lord Roberts has foot of the stairs leading from the firstto I The action began at 8 in the morn- capital "I"one is ono of the oddest use features

\ moved ten miles nearer Bloemfontein, the second stories. The hallwayand ing with an artillery duel. General of the If
Vlci language--to a foreigner. a
a; Is Serious and Question evidently with the view of seizingand the stairs were burning fiercely, I French's cavalry and Major Porter's Frenchman writes referring- to himself

His Ptlives. utilizing the railroad, possibly to cutting off the only egress from the brigade supported our guns. The he makes "je" (the :French equivalentof
.. reach the Free State upper floor on which six families lived.It I i Boer handled
.-; .--'- capital in three or artillery was accurately "I") with a small "j." So with the
f; t four days, whence he may begin repairing also cut off the escape by the door and the British cavalry found the task German who use capitals to be-
i A London spocir' :tys: Late Fri- the railroad southward, meet- for those who lived in the rear I harder than they had expected. General may he the
"f .. ...... '' gin every nout always uses
; of the first floor. Those who
ing the British advance from Colony Broadwood with
ja Capo dogged
.": : aftern6on it w.v' le-irned that the perse- small "i" in writing "ich." The
":.V ye ,which may be expected to be hast- could made for the windows. From I verance, moved altogether six miles
founded the factI'resideni Spaniard avoid* far practicable
; ened as soon as General White takes these they leaped or dropped. southward trying to find a means toget the of the when
that I use personal pronoun
\ Kruger >A.I appealed to control. The British occupied James- The whole neighborhood was awake I around, but the Boers followed
writing in the first but he always -
rLord 8a1i but for ceR 5-atioa of hos- town unopposed Thursday, March 8th, in at instant and from the burning j behind ground and even attempted to writes it Myo person," taking, pains,

..? )i b::.. tT'eringI mgth hy caLle the and the Boers are reported to be retreating building came agonizing screams and outflank him.Meanwhile. however, to begin the Spanish equivalent -
{: ,. is '{ Allwalnortb that calls for help. From the basement the Sixth division of infantry
j..'Cd yh !Jing to accI'pt.ge beyond so of our "you" with a capital. In
.O...... r. 'evr ne ..ct takr.t} >edo O.ipe Colony is practically clear of and ground floor the inmates of the advancing on the Boer left English it is surely big "I" and little "
:r"' in.Midr armed Boers. building poured naked, or almost so. : forced the to retire.
: uotb- slowly, "
pructic.i'ly enemy
thnj "you as the old has it.
: ., I saying
,fil! '(.q, s., ihe I rU1.t: 'ii/11 ,"O\- lie-enforcements from Xatal are going : From the upper story men and women -I Had: the infantry been' able to move

.'C'iit y11 to the i i.. uiug of I J {h Lori Roberts. General War- I leaped to the sidewalk. By the I faster, the Boers would have been en- Howitzers.
,. J ., -1t11n11.13 j ieu's divisions and some artillery haven'.ieady time the firemen reached the scene veloped. Howitzers are steel breech-loading

.,f':4.. f ....' r t9a' ng ird the \ :'ol'of1i-1luse been ordered to join the com- I the building was wrapped in flames The last shot was fired at 7:30 p. m. weapons, weighing twenty-five hundredweight -
-t r1 1- 01: tho JNjera to wander in cliitf. so that tho latter is and those who had not escaped were Sunduy morning not a Boer was to be and Having a length of six
I II jj
J net oocsder: ti:s' preparing f
>,,-yet :\>.viy t, t. ':g loLls: desperate opposition to I died within a few minutes for the lire President Kruger's own commando.The gnu is! swung:: horizontally on the

)l'ltlI1 .:liq "";,:,'j V* crossing tLe V.vil river, and the I rushed through every room in the ''I storming of Alexander kopje carriage, but fur the tiring positionthe

!.. n... rc.ji&';1r" ( 'Lts ne'essity of the fiege of Pretoria, I building within ten minutes. by tho Welsh wa a particularly fine muzzle is pointed high in the air,

j i .iivu: l .?:< 1.\ lii re thon-audr: of natives are re- : There was fearful excitement about i piece of work. The mobility of tho thus giving to the shell a long, curved ,
fJr"'J ri t. bu in the the burning building. Men, women Boers in their
Y > ) employed coustrl1C- I moving guns was very course. Four knula of projectiles can :,
iai I'rjM'-e'.t :u.A deft !liivo works, concerning '1 and children who escaped rushed I remarkable. The New South Wales be used in a ho\\'it er.

Zet with nui j Id.! ;<'21 such secrecy is maintained that about almost naked, looking for their mounted infantry made a gallant bat A

.-' 'JUuds ui f .J -m one is allowed to walk or drive relatives. For a time it was thought I unsuccessful attempt to capture a gun. MY BEAUTIFUL BABY BOY

., -- events later proved, because several i in
!e1"l're-! eng- ged. Saturday's fight. The
I ..st''OUV1T MISSING. naked were picked by neighborsand Weak Women Made Happy by Lydia E.
(I h. I1. MS- 1 ___.__ up First Australian Horse Bridgade, with
w : I I'lnLham'a Yog*table
i 9 carried indoors. Thus fathers and CoinpoantlLettcr -
uten tho Scots Greys, advanced within 800
S:19: j i| J x"t, "t.(1 On 1-\udilol'! lluntci't from 1'0110 Now liar
mothers missed their children and of the Boers under fire.
J.. ...... :.1!_ "d-y liioni'DfiiiK.M' yards heavy Children.
t/. rushed screaming about. The New South Wales mounted infantry .
",> I' : i '.r"1. .t j uursdp: ; av-nt! noon, i The fire lasted only a few minutes. joined in the pursuit of the DEAB \fns. Prx(tn.urIt was my
H.: \
JOt AI'mgh, of the nccount-
.. oru one 1: The search for the dead began within Boers northward. ardent desire to have:: a child. I had
] tats I. ., .id been erainin1
; t'nragt'llij -
; '
...1. twenty minutes after the alarm was been married thrive years and was
i 1 i iJ' tb' Looks of T. J. Ku'iU-r the late
,. ; sounded, so quickly was the fire con- IX LOUISVILLE JAIL. childless, so wrote jo you to find out ;
aii'titor cf tho Atlaut.iauu! West Point
'n'i. quered. the.reason. After fol ;.
i s;
.. K-aihoad, ktll1leaiy: difc-.j geared, and !, kind advice "..('0
t .e relatives- iuJ f.-etul3: were unable to.Itd i VAGRANT ACT HEAD. Whittaker and Coulton Removed From lowingyour -
I and
taking LydiaK.
fiLl'>..'.j any trace cf hUll Frankfort Under Heavy Guard.

*The di.appeal" u. ;>> ;i a mist pro- !' "'ouhl.Eero "Emigrant Forced to Harlan Whittaker and W. H. Coul Pinkham's Vegetable J
Compound.I becamethemotherof-
xind uy-itery to t'irsrho have nude: | Dljperfte at Athens. I ton, who were confined in jail at '

torts to !( oatLii; ,\ .;>J the fact that | A special from Athens, Ga., says: I Frankfort, charged with complicity in '. beautiful !
Was working .m d'1:' bo..,ks of a man ': The 300 negroes who have been encamped the assassination of Goebel, were removed :a baby t
the of
(tioy, joy our
cad h'r -"Ii: !m.l.1eny. left the 1 at the Seaboard Air Line de- I[ from the jail at an early hour lie is '
t>.b 'jna.l in a far-a vay-lanJ, pot since last Saturday waiting for a j Sunday morning and taken in a hackto lat, healthy baby a,

f. ..t:;"iii reui:iri'
rt i 1 were dispersed Monday morning and I j a train and sent to Louisville undera cine."-Mus. MISDA

:* tbc rnvsUry there is a :, quiet has been restored again. I| heavy guard. It is understood they
: : 'n'iKLJ:, Roscoe
't. ."'".IC\. gi.'.;.; tho t'ls"'.ppejuaneeL : The vagrant act was read to the Ii | will be kept in the Louisville jail till N.Y. r

.,.faD., f ji..:tJ"-is ,..' vn:1r., for he !! "emigrants" Monday morning, and at I the April term of the circuit court, .
'"1'7-: '\ .. 9':.1 f. :: ;; tf; children i noon there was not a negro to be seeni when they will be returned to Frank- From Grateful

t. lJl 'aJ'i of rapport i I at the depot. fort for trial.I.O.lSS MM. Lane 'i
.. "I ;AR MRS
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Taken Up For Trial By United States English War I.n..n I* Largely Oversubscribed some time t
S[ mint-.J un..!-z: 'r o*..1 Loses fn : Court In SaYlulUlAh.i By +.!ie People. ago, stating my case to you.

U'arFoot.o' I I'VIG.7. i The case of D. A. Tyson and others, The rush of applicants for the war "I had pains through my bowels )
>ar office 1'; Lioudou posts a headache and backache
I charged with conspiracy in using the loan commenced at the Bank of England felt tired

annouri'' :njj ilie casualties of I mails in pursuance of a scheme to de and the various! other banks .and sleepy all the time was troubled

r nth African vf' nr> to Monday: fraud, was taken up in the United where prospectuses were obtainable vith the whites. I followed your

". -g as follow Killed, 2,418"; States court in Savannah, Ga., Monday immediately after they were opened advice, teak your Vegetable Com-
died of Saturday and a steady stream of pound, aDd it did me lots of good.I
1 t ;eo, 8,747; : ; morning. Almost as soon as it peo-
1\\ 1'j, uz, 3.4S3; total, 1.,G77J was called attorneys filed a demurrerto ple continued throughout the day. now have a baby girl. I certainly believe
-- it All sorts and conditions of personswere I wenld have miscarried had it
---- the indictment, claiming wai
'. ';' Fatal Fire In llo toi.: not sufficient in law and that no evi- present, silk batted financiers, not been for Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege-

fine ladies, farmers, clerks, table Compound.-- ,1 had a very easy
mornlJtiu: the dence had been produced to show that gover-
: re early Sunday nesses and thrifty representatives of time ; was sick only a short time. I
the mails had been used for fraudulent
Ma< orini
'guild'' ib of the Massachusetts : all classes. They appeared anxious to think your ,medicine is a got1send'to
North strl, :?::;9to, purposes. After listening to argu-
on women in the
"Company, stuff their money into Brittania'spockets condition in which I
paused loss estimated :i"ir. $75,000 ment, Judge Emory Speer was. I recommend it
a to all the best
'' and it is estimated that the as
demurrer and ordered the to
jlai3150,000. One man vus kil IP.! :and: loan was oversubscribed. medicine for women"-M83. MAUT

', (|.foot-seriously :71jut"eJ trial. I Leas:, Coytee Tenn._ -_ .



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N. J. Jones is able to be out

j again after a tussle with la grippe.J r I
G. Alvarez is in New York. '

purchasing spring and summer .


R. A Turner, of LaCrosse,
transacting business in Starker I I I We jnvite you to inspect the beautiful new Wash Fabrics, namely:

a j: Tuseday. -- -- --- j Agra Gauze (Silk and 'Lisle), ';, Corded TaffetaAlhambra\ f !
FOR SALE-One horse I
good for
: 3 work or driving. S. F. Gardiner, I Tissue Carreaux, j\ El Coirroda, j Organ''ies, both White and i

'; ( Starke, Fla. Mill Ray, I Kohinoor, | Colored. + r

K E. L. Odom, of Lake Butler, j

ywas- looking after business affairs Thc Coming of BafoyI WHITE GOODS in India Lawns, Persian Lawns, '

here Monday.L. I brings joy or pain. It's for the ,
1 mother to decide. With good health i Organdies checked and plain Nainsook and Dimities. .
G Stringfellow, the Worthington (and a strong womanly organism,. ,
Springs merchant, visited I motherhood but adds to a woman's I I
I FINE ASSORTTIENT of Laces and Embroideriesin
::1 relatives here Sunday. attractiveuess. !

The entertainment- -- -- -- at the opera KIcELHEPS Edgings, Insertings and Allover. Appliques in black .

house this evening will be

attended as many tickets have largely already I Wine of SSardui : and white. .
been sold. I .
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'' WANTED--Tenant for two farms taL away all terrors by strengtheningthe SILKSFinest
vital organs. It fits a mother for
on Kingsley lake Also for one baby's coming. By revitalizing the Selections Lowest Prices. .
truck garden farm near Starke. nerve centres it has brought chubby, and r

Apply to S. F. Gardiner, Starke.. crowing youngsters to thousands of r.: .
weak women who feared they were RIBBONS.
Too people lose- valuable barren. It purifies, heals, regulatesand s
many strengthens, and is good for all
time in experimenting with cough women at all times. No druggist
and cold cures. They should taker would be without it. $1 oo SPECIAL BARGAIN DAYS-mondays and Saturdays. $ ;
Foley's Honey and Tar before it is For advice in cases requiring special .
F too late. J L. Gaskins. directions, address, giving symptoms, '
"The Ladies'Advisory Department," .
Rev E. H Giles The Chattanooga Medicine Co., Chat- & .
filled his regular tanooga, 'T inn. f COHEN FRIEDMAN co. : :

i monthly appointment at La- 1IRS.LotISALEofJt'ft'el'llon.CIo: I !
Crosse last Sunday.M. nays:-"\\ .en 1 first took \\ine of Cardm 1 1STARE
we had been immed three years, but could 1 : FLA'i r.t
not haany children ixine months later .
f; B. Smith, Butternut, Mich 1 had a fine t'irl! baby." I T .
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A Court Correction. ; .
Risers are the very best pills I J. E. Futch, Esq., left Mondayfor I I .;.. =-,.. L'...d.-:: > .. ... .."'I'.......d.:.: -./T Vf&Z><."' !:.'J:::I
The TFiroRAPH in -- -' "Ji./.i.
used for costiveness liver and was error i.
. ever bowel troubles." J. L. Gaskins. Key West, where he will represent last week in stating that the spring \'> ESTATE OF -l ..., j'j'I

-- -- Starke Lodge No 34, K. of I I term of the circuit court would 1 1I I y.J .J ., .

Mrs. M. G. Witkovski 1m re P at the meeting of the grand I I convene here Monday, March 19th, I II L. GASKINS <

turned home after a visit of several lodge. i I The spring term of the court \ J. f ) <1t ;

weeks with relatives and friendsat !. will begin Monday, March 24th. .J ..
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Mrs Harriet Evans, = .
Tampa. DR. J. H. COLSON Ala
111 writes, "I never fail to relieve That Throbbing Headache. I toi I y lager, I( ... v .i;t

Prickly Ash Bitters cures dis. my children from croup at once by STARKE, Fla. !
Would quickly leave if ; ) if .
eases of the kidneys, c'eanses' and using One Minute Cough Cure. I. you you J"J
used Dr King's New Lite Pills.:
'strengthens the i'er, stomach and would not feel safe without it" Dealer In :
1 housands of sufferers have /
bowels. For sale Starke coughs,colds, proven :
by Drug Quickly cures grippe their matchless merit for sick i i
t Company. and all throat and lung diseases DRUGS DICINF
I and nervous headaches They :
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Gaskins.Dr. .
L. .
Mj Some of our growers are be 1 I J. make pure blood and strong nerves t'i*) -and .; :: ,4, : 'o cf J ."t

q. gining to bring in a few strawber and Mrs. N. W. Francis, and build' up your health. Easy I + '

l; riesVith a continuance of this Mrs. E Strong, Misses Jessie and to take. Try them. Only 25cts.1 : DRUG SUNDRIF J : :;

delightful weather the shippingseason Mneatha Strong, Dr. J.O. Haynes 1 :Money back"if not cured ,, ,.

f will soon be in full swing. Major T. E. Bugg and J.V.. Syd by J. L. Gaskins, druggist ,.J.. ( ;
boten, Jr., were among the Starkt ;.-.. Chemicals, Toilet : :t

: When you .want something tc people to visit Jacksonville Mon] For Sale. fa fumery and .
heal a burn, or a sore, or a cut,, 160 acres of land, well timbered; I +, ('

why not try Banner Sa ve, which i is day.A similes tram :Melrose: Clay coun- ,*, Tooth l
named E. Presson of;
the most healing oint man ,
t guaranteed ty Price reasonable or will exchange a
t me t in the wor'd Take no sub Pressonville. Kans., wrote a letter for village property. Ad- 1 '

t stitute. J. L. Gaskins.Mrs. the other day, saying the opinior dress Mrs. S. J Benedict East : F7A/E" : I
of everybody in his town who has ..., o"n t
Randolph, N. Y. 2-i68t .
Mary Weeks and sister,, used Foley's Honey and Tar is, I GA R D .
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: Mrs Susan Bradley, left Saturday that it is the very best medicinefor A Word To All Christians.In I .
; last for New York, where the lagrippe, colds, coughs etc, J fafa F L ow E : : J -
the coming meetings, to be f
former will select a fine line off ( L. Gaskins.
l millinery' for: the spring and :summer he'd' in the Methodist church, (r Goods always f' .l h : : ; .
f trades Dr. J. N. Jones, ct Jacksonville,, 111\' dear friend wou'd you ask, what fafa
the I do? Answer Much I prompt atttntiv.. *;: :
did not arrive Monday as cui everywas' ,
: Lewis Ackerman, Goshen, Ind TELEGRAPH of last week stated he In the first place, have I faI i1 : Physician' P"o--:"--:: i,. .. '
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f says: "DeWitt's Little Early Ris. wou'd, but is now here, and is you ever, in all your life, made an ka ...; <. i

f" ers alw.ys bring certain relief giving a share of his time to former honest effort to get very near to ,i,.t.._.\\.o. ,,;.t..t..t..; ,, .-.: .--..4...-.-.-...--.-',.,...-- <.'..,..' '-7.. .. ..;..".......... '.''. '..-..;''.-_-..--....".-1'.'. -1;- o:-;:: ):;? ,- ,--
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headache never -
cure my dental patients who insisted on God and to help save some soul ? 4

gripe" They gently cleanse and him to bring along his instru Now is your chance and this will I -- .. LL'P
invigorate the bowels and liver. J ments. afford to you the opportunity of Goin 11,)',' n;''t 1 i i.if'' "i ..:' 'ae
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L. Gaskins. -- going to God, as you never have People' suffc:. ;1':i. ><:}'i i -/
\Vm. Orr, Newark, 0., says, "Wenever May I ask you to do a few I diseases: feel a g.i .. Il..i; --m. "'. -iiyj! Chic.- -. H:<: .

FOR SALE-Large, gent'e horse feel safe without One Min things, and let us test God and loss of \ititit\. 5- .> '. ';,-j ..' .:o-t" '! veryit ''. .....O.' _oi>q 1'
: and harness. Will sell house. It i' < .1.:1
wagon ute Cough Cure in the I ourselves no time in tr\i '." .-/ J h :-:11"\. : :er '
cheap for cash if taken at once saved little boy's life when he t ,': 'ed '
my 1. Pray fervently Cure It is 1' .r:.l 1"*,'.!', t. J, '- 1Oo' -
i CHAS. OAKFORD, Highland_ Fla. had the pneumonia. We think it 2. Fast sincerely Ga kins. i .- .... t'
d is the best medicine made" It .. ; 11t1' "-1
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Where can invest money 3. encouraginly .
you cures coughs and all lung diseases. the !-;. e :* r more profitably than by buying meeting. .
bottle ot Prickly Ash Bitters; you I'leasant to take, harmless and 4 'I alk directly and lovingly} to B. P.IJ.j.., P'.r:1- ..r"..;".\0.\!'.''. !. L. Ga 'j..c.c. } ''

get four for one A kidney medIcine gives immediate results. J. L. your loved: ones and ftiends. and I I 11an a h''ie! J'i ,',iJ ; .: 1cLl.Venne..d.tr. .: .' .. ,'.,
a liver tonic, stomach Gaskins. ask God to direct you in everything \ i r.1 .=:.- 1.. ;. i.H:'.r -

strengther and bowel cleanser I. Rev. \V. E. Sitzer, W. Canton, I and God \\il,l Jo .1 great : qudiitu I > "f "::1;::- t".e '.t..'. .. '"./...-., .... ./...:.t 1 f'1 d t]
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Four medicines for one dollar :\. Y.Hi es, "! had dy-pepsia \vork in this city. I bee} groin:' i I. ; .> ..ui'lt) ..riiti'iz'jr' !iiI.:,l 11II' ..' '.'" '
Sold Starke Drug Co. and tried doc- PASiOK: '' jr: r>- r.' n ,..\ i mg i* I '-J ; "9 :
by over twenty years I !, ,.J.t.
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tors and medicines without hend t.I' from the c \ e I I
w Rev T. Bishop, of Columbia I was persuaded to use Kodol I there i i-, 1.i.' '' inndcr the 'I t

f; Citv. will arrive next Monday tot I' Dyspepsia Cure and it helped me Y/oman's/ Later Years grog il i; ., -f t 'r. : f' i-,' this section]" : -

assist in the work of carrying on from the start I believe it to be a I If the growoi.-: ..' uZ the moss rr

the protracted meeting now in pnpacea for all forms of indigestion : I which rr\, .'." in abT. ...-ire for cov-;
progress at the Methodist c1H' ch. i It digests what you eat. J. Those years which usher j Curl! ;; r +lu.'ing h.C.)1.: t1S! s1 p..J.
in the change of life are | ..
To secure the original witch !I L. Gaskins. trying ones, often filled I.aahei; the (..rave. I'A '\. .', oJ' ;.

hazel salve, ask for DeWir's i I Dr. E. L. Stewart, who recently with painsweakness and :t:ri'itlg- ir-.:' le n' of WH-.ec.! ...

\\ Itch Haze} Salve, well known asa returned from South Florida, nervous affections, frequently ai I dl', 'Ii"f.I :' It l'i;!!;fj ilptlfa
!t, certain cure for piles and skin of the ending; in some fatal malady or : d. {
says that in some sections ':. ; ( =-1Li.: ; :; t s :"Iat. .
Beware of worthless insanity. Nothing will carrya . .. .. :I .
diseases .
lower counties the orange grove ..' ; ;. ".' : I .c; l' :. rnCl 1!".
counterfeits. They are dangerous. cold woman through this ordeai ,"- .
: look as natural as though no -;. > L 1,1 carotin: My >* i\ ) I
L. Gaskins. the and bring her out strong and .,' .. .. ..... t- l
J. : weather had ever visited state. .i ".. .Sv vi:.".;-. % c., 4 'ikon, t..gt\
I Orlando! well as does G. F. P. (Gerstk'sFemale }. in ba** 11'Jf
the pineries near were 'Lic! 1'iin co tl."laIY!
Alvarez a former Its tonic
R, M. Panacea) ,
of interest to the ; 'Ue : '''rtla1 .
another object t 'C'! 'jKts! .o ap'_ art:
of btarke, but now of Jacksonville, enable the system to -
lIoctor.I I g!{1J1"t: : ," 'r Jay c)' da) f f r.
Y. '
here Sunday returning of this j
visited relatives ; stand the grea.tchange.
i Iree {th: 5iizns had gu'':n .n (1
to Jacksonville Monday I Mrs. Calvin Zimmerman, Miles- friend advise' 01 f"f't ;-
,,, :\ Foiiunate'y a ,
My wife wn sick for seven rears aulTerlng from tn .
Nervous' weakness or palpitationof burg, Pa., says, hAs a speedy cure the Chancre doctor of Life and W paid e tried out ey.1'acomidirmlileMim)thins we could for(ret truvnent r,eM- :.vir};: <1 :metric'Hitters: ,' andiv n"

indicates disorder in for coughs, cold, croup and sore withnut any good result V* then Ix-tran Uf."" K'e 1 t: j jv -1(1 surprise the 1 f
the heart .
d F. 1' and it tint more good than all el'e .e had ure-i
the and digestion. Prickly throat One ;Minute Cough Cure is for eft years. It It the greatest remedy for uffenc; !ljttl! i.-ctf'.e< r. decided impro.mcr.t .
females placed on the market
Ash Hitters is a wonderful remedy unequaled. It is pleasant to take.I J.L). BuuiEt, Colmeineil Tex. i co.-itinucd; their use
in such cases. It cleansers, I heartily recommend it to mothers U your case Is not fully covered by our FREE 1001 l'hrteeks arid am now a
the It is the only harmless remedy "HEALTHY MOTHERS MAKE: HIPPY HOMES," man T new rhey and m}.
streng'hons and regulates write in confluence for free advice to '
stomach, liver and bowels, removes that produces immediate re LA.DlEA HEALTH thattaaooia CLUB care Teaa.L.Gentle k Ca, and r.,'J:,ul{ le grave: ol ;:not' t
suits It cures bronchitis, pneu ".'. should tail to
i iIf victir > one
the cause of the heart symptons PRICE S1.00 A BOTTLE. I
and vigorous monia, grippe and throat and lung your drupel't doe.not handle OFF. auk him. to thrm. l l 50 cents, tr1! jab
and builds up a strong end for It. otherwise send us your order and II 00 and :
Sold Starke Drug d'seases. It will prevent consump- we will supply you direct, expressage \'rer"'l.!. j(. at J. L ?.-,-..is'; drug store. | pro
body. tion. J. L. Gaskins L GERSTLE & CO., Chattanooga,Tenn. .;;.if'

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Kidney Diseases]
Early buyingmeans WILL PHILIPS IN TROUBLE Pronounced Incurable t
Mr. G. A.
-- 6tillsou
;mod. a merchant of isnt
w Accused of Attempt to Assassinate Tampicoill.writc-. FOLEY'S KIDNEY .t
; James Philiau. narcli 4th $- CURE is meeting with wonderful t1

-Deputy Sheriff Tison and r.i. nd that"CIiS. It has cored some cage"Ii here AUC. m

Marshal Bennett Take the Men ole 1. physician pronounced"incurable
f. satisfaction. myself am able in
rity. to ,
Long tetity '
Custody. howmerits. to its m f.
( My face to day is ,- 1
Sebron Brown, Chas. Philips and and it Picture i of health and a Kidneg it

'r'." ," Wm Phi ips are under arrest, teeth Cure has made it such I your had by 1 .
ed no
': Realizing this we have displayed our Spring and Sum- charged with attempting to assas- among *.weity- even Team with the dispe, \
,. .. sinate James Philiau on the nightof nt to aay ease and to day I feel tan ,
mer Dress goods somewhat earlier this season than the 4th inst. Clinch as to younger than I did one year ago'ear... ? .e: ,
caD i.
The TELEGRAPH of last week hanger 1m- acme
' usual at the risk of accused of "crowding le cast of its wOnderful eefifit ;
: even being contained an account of the attempt of life and: medical qualities.s' : l
:,. fact that bi _d- ; ')
! the to assassinate Philiau. The :
'' season. --' :
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men hailed at his gate and Philiau :' :

'.-. went to the door. He was met by
BANNER SALVE is the Creat Healer.
, from
two shots a shotgun was .
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... COME, LOOK AT THESE, THEY'LL slightly] wounded by five of the ----Non-Commissioned- -- -- -Officers. i'f'
; shot which found lodgment in his This Evening's Entertainment. !!

.. and side. His from I The warrants of the non commissioned -
PLEASE YOU : arm escape No pains have been spared by j ;
,..: death was probably due to the fact those in charge to make the entertainment : officer of Co. "E" q
that a water bucket standing on a to be given at the opera i i (Bradford County Guards) were received i'

she:f between him and the men house this (Friday) evening at 8 ;, from f o1. I. E Webster ;:

Lawns-White, Figured and Solid. obstructed the shot. The bucketwas I. Oi cIOCK! thorough y enjoyable to | Thursday at Battalion Headq art- \
lelivered :
shot to pieces. those who attend. The entertainment i ers and.- Captain j R :....

,,: OrgandiesEvery style and kind. Phi'iau was laid up for several has been given by Prof. ;i :Davis. The non-commissioned
. days after the staff of the company is now composed i
shooting during Grace in several] Florida towns and :
Dimities__White and Figured. which.time Sheriff Denmark visited in every instance it has delighted (| as follows:

: o to try to get a clue lookingto the audiences At Gainesville I Tate Powell, first sergeant: ser
-, ,; Dotted SwissWhite and Colored. j) : R S L. B. Powell
geants, Adams ,
; .pprehenslOn of the guilty about three weeks ago an audience
parties. To the sheriff Philiau H. H. Ross, L. R Edwards, L. J.
-i. Dotted White Lawns. of perhaps 300 witnessed the entertainment !
;1 said the men who did the shooting and every one felt: Smith; corporals, ] S. \\ ills. H J"

:.,; Piques and Nainsooks. stood about ten steps from him, more than repaid for the expen-' Dunklev', J. J. Johns, I D. Wynn,
"j ; and he intimated that he recog diture involved.It :J. J. Moore and Noah Jones.A .

. 4! 'ti".." : Linen LawnsBlack_ and Figured. nized them, but would give no is already apparent that the Little Known Fact.
definite information. house will be taxed to its
opera That the of serious diseases
J Dotted LawnsLinen Effect. ednesday of this week he had u'most 11 accommodate the crowd i majority -
originate in disorders of the
recovered sufficiently to get around this evening, all the re-i i
as nearly
f'k Dress CrashLarge quantity from 8c to yd. I kidneys. Folev's Kidney Cure is
25c per
and and
came to town swore out a >erved seats have been taken, and
' warrant before Justice Gardinerfor the TELEGRAPH ventures the guaranteed. Trv it to-day if you
.. ..l t, PercalesEvery piece a beauty. pre.' are not feeling well J. L. askins.
. the arrest of Sebron Brown, diction that no audience ever assembled .
M't--- Chas. Philips and vvil'iam Philips. in the building has been FOR SALE-Large, gent'e horse,

3tA '. s The warrant charges Brown more highly pleased tti in will be : wagon and harness. Will sell
with having fired the shots and the one that is patronizing the cheap for cash if taken at once.
Tl-l.; Our Prices Will Help You to the Philips brothers of being ac I Grace entertainment. I CIIAS. OAKFOKD, Highland, Fla.

cessories before the fact Philiau -
claims that the Philips boys wen Mrs, W S. Motes, of Rriceville,
't1; Economize. with Brown when the shots were ARE YOU is a guest at the home of her SISter -

... fired Mrs. J. P. Bennett. Mrs.

'l> '..,.. The warrant was placed in the BANKRUPTinhealth.constitution Motes has been an invalid for sometime .t
""t!: ""r\ hands of Deputy Sheriff Wm ,undermined by ex- and come to Starke fur treatment -

Tison for service, and Thursday by Dr. Scott. ,
in disregarding
eating, by -
.' he and Marshal J. P Ben travagance (
'. .." ..'r'. mE w. D. mum co. nett morning went out after the men, who the laws of nature, or : J L Gaskins guarantees
'1 Cough
::;Fl live seven or eight miles west ot physical capital all gone, if so, bottle of Cnamberlain's ..
and will]) refund the
tarke. The officers found Chas Remedy monev

t. tb .. __ .h__._ __. Philips at home and after takinghim NEVER DESPAIR I to any one who is not satisfied after -
r; 1':, -- into custody went to the homeof using two-thirds of the contents.
Tutt's Liver Pills will :
; "; h LOCAL HAPPENINGS. Ladies'neck wear just opened at Brown, where they secured him cure you. II 1 his is the best remedy in the world

.t, d&s Cohen, Friedman & Co's. and the other Philips They re For sick headache, dyspepsia for la grippe, coughs, colds, croup
";.;?; -l "; and whooping cough and is pleasant
1 turned to town with the prisoner sour stomach, malaria, torpid
'<.< ..Pi...' FrM I line of fans at Cohen, Fried- J. A. Nyberg, of the Idea' store, fhursday afternoon, and placed and safe to take. It preventsany

.th rri Co's __. spent Monday and Tue d lY at them in jail to await a preliminan liver, constipation, biliousnessand tendency of a cold to result in

).! :'! Tie: young people enjoyed aniu.promptu I Tampa, selecting spring and sum- hearing.The all kindred diseases.Tutt's I pneumonia.If _
: dance at the opera mer goods: for the Ideal] trom the preliminary hearing has been Liver Pillsan

aget.tt bouse Tu"cday evening.IV1 I large consignments recently received set for this morning at 10 o'clock, troubled with rheumatism!
by the Cohen, Friedman & give Chamberlain's Pain Balm
'rtblfj i I before Justice Gardiner absolute cure. a
\fi 4rJ r .Y line of crash skills, rang-]j i Co. store at that place. His se Philiau claims he can produce ... trial It will not cost you a cent
;\ irg trim 50 cents up, at Chen, |I lections: will]] fhort'y arrive here. the of the == if iLdoes no good. One'" application -
4 testimony fixing I
t\. ,' FnPdm-;p & Co's. I shooting on Brown and the Philips Released On Bond. : will relieve the pain It also .

1.1- 1' Mr ;':1G Mrs J. L. Si.i.t.i: rnve J. Q. Wills is introducing a new boys Brown and the Phi i ips boys Thursday afternoon after the I cures sprains and bruises in one- ,,

tr .bep-un. housekeeping: at.l.:* -, ;-p-j I process gasoline lamp, which givesa protest their innocence and sa} front page of the TFLEGRAPH had third the time required by other

...." -UTefte-ucsrerR .... ." ; splendid light and very aptly fills I they can prove an alibi. been printed Ben Kel y, an account treatment, cuts, burns, frostbites,
lout I the place of electric lighting Sev- The accused parties are well] of whose arrest and incar quinsey: pains in the side, and

"V v-of bloom i eral of the stores about town have known in this section. Chas. Phil ceration appears on that page, wasicleased I chest, glandular and other swell .

''' the may I e,Ip already purchased lamps of Mr. ips, with his brother, Jesse Philips, I on a bond of $1000 for his ings are quickly cured b applying .
JI will oe amount: b'eh-fd nf': ".Vills and others contemplate and \Vm. Thompson, was tried at appearance before Justice MitchIam it. Every bottle warranteed. 25 '

l-t' of doing soMiss the last October term of the courton at Hampton, Wednesday, and 50 cents. For sale by J. L. -'
r crop peat ,March 21st. ) I Gaskins. '
'i-ft '- a charge of assassinating H M Wiley Kelly a
.... .:.- Isabel Peek was "sur- Parish about one mile from the brother of the accused man, J. M.

..,- .)(:. L W. Moore i,, pjisc'l" Tuesday evening by a scene of the Philiau shooting Alvarez Dr. J. H. Colson and -
M C'th.I.'j.talr Wlh.assisti! part of her young friends, who Philiau came to Bradford count' James Kelly arc sureties on the
yt rrel: .tt the home of Mr. and Mrs. Florida. He moved bond. COFFINS j
vh the pro. I J from South ,
K: U (Giles and the
repaired t14
\ n progress' into the ]locality
c"11 : ".' !J. :'.'.l1e on Madison street in a took about one Notice of Sale. CASKETS '
ing place year ago
,, 1 ,
> r-'KM' The evening was very married the
and soon afterward Notice is hereby given that on
J/lvan M-i irt'v! with and and a full line of
K- : spent games wife of Chas. Philips
.w divorced Thursday, the 22d day of March,
:;\'.:;, i.4 pesvilkJ ;! ( :ri'li' He has been employed] by the 1900, 1 will offer tor sale at public UNDERTAKERS'
'. "'l"h! C.I r Atlantic] Lumber company.The all\ of such
)h outcry property SUPPLIES
Mis_ Adrhe Kmbtee, who tivi'1have ]
t'5: till| the of S. P.
.. In the World.Is ot estate Crews. de-
chu > Ii the de- Best
\'eb rr;: deased, cannot be divided Always on hand. The best
iiuc.'t.. partment IIi Cohen, Friedman & Banner Salve. It is made as equitably &
between the heirs of said service at the lowest
:,TbC, I Co's store, arrived Thursday Miss from a prescription by a world
estate. Sale will
-unit Embree has trimmed in Atlanta wide known skin specialist and is begin at 10 prices.
o'clock the late home of the
H a. m. at
duringseveral seasons past and isBn positively the most healing salve deceased. Special attention Telegraph Orders &
'WaE- g111y conversant with the for piles, burns, scalds, ulcers, run-
,, uhand wants of the Southern ning sores and all skin diseases.J. I
Admin'r Est. S. P.
df'. L. Gaskins. Crews ........ I n= 'H w ',Th _
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( essO'Jods1 Skirts and I Notions and I Ii Choice

\.f We arc showing some Waists i Shoes.Our Family

\ ot Summer
lovely pieces
!line of Notions con

Dress Good-.-plain and We have a pretty line of sists of the latest noveltiesin Groceries

{; figured Lawns, Organdies, ladies Summer Skirts and Lades'; Belts, Buckles,

iwiss, Silk Ginghamsifttkthtis Shirt \Vaists.Vhite,1 Handkerchiefs, Hose, In Groceries we always

t t :t Silk Chambrays light and dark blue Duck,' Ties, Underwear, etc,, and endeavor to carry a fresh

.e etc. You should call and white figure, crash and Gentlemen's Belts, Socks, stock of highest grade

UZ, examine our stock. The covert-cloth Skirts from Underwear, Collars, Ties, goods, and the growth of

... I Shirts, etc. Inspect our our business in this lineis
tli goods will suit you and 75C up. Shirt Waists !I
line of Shoes and
get our proof that our effortsare
LI4'the prices are right. from soc up. prices.

.. appreciated.


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